How China Is Using Artificial Intelligence in SCHOOL 🔔 Subscribe now for more Artificial Intelligence news, Data science news, Machine Learning news and more 🦾 Support us NOW so we can create more videos: We have always been improving everything around us so that things can be much more efficient than the way it was before, whether it be our transportation systems or communication systems. But there’s one thing that still remains the same, and that has to be our classrooms. But it looks like China is thinking differently by using artificial intelligence systems in the classroom. Right now, both the United States and China are focusing on integrating artificial intelligence education into their workforce development system. But again, both countries are approaching educational goals very differently. China uses its centralized authority to implement artificial intelligence education in high school, and the country wants AI companies to partner up with schools and universities to train students. Ever since 2018, the Chinese government did approve 345 universities to offer an artificial intelligence major, and this one happens to be the country’s new popular major, and at least 34 universities have launched their own artificial intelligence institute. #Artificialintelligence #China #Machinelearning 📺 Fun fact: Smart people watch the entire video! _______________________________________________________________________________ 🤖 AI News Daily provides the latest Artificial Intelligence news and trends. Explore industry research and reports from the frontline of AI technology news. 🕵️ We take the best research and put our own spin on it, report from the frontline [More]
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China is pursuing an ambitious plan to make an omnipresent video surveillance network to track where people are and what they’re up to. The Post’s Simon Denyer looks at the technology that will make this possible. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: Follow us: Twitter: Instagram: Facebook:
China has been building what it calls “the world’s biggest camera surveillance network”. Across the country, 170 million CCTV cameras are already in place and an estimated 400 million new ones will be installed in the next three years. Many of the cameras are fitted with artificial intelligence, including facial recognition technology. The BBC’s John Sudworth has been given rare access to one of the new hi-tech police control rooms. Producer: Joyce Liu. Camera: Wang Xiqing. Please subscribe HERE World In Pictures Big Hitters Just Good News
In part one of Future of Work, Click asks if artificial intelligence can help save the NHS. Plus a test of robo-reporters and a look inside a highly automated factory in China. Subscribe HERE Find us online at Twitter: @bbcclick Facebook:
If you have a smartphone, you have AI in your pocket. AI is impossible to avoid online. And it has already changed everything from how doctors diagnose disease to how you interact with friends or read the news. But in Rule of the Robots, Martin Ford argues that the true revolution is yet to come. Martin presents a striking vision of the very near future. He argues that AI is a uniquely powerful technology that is altering every dimension of human life, often for the better. For example, advanced science is being done by machines, solving devilish problems in molecular biology that humans could not, and AI can help us fight climate change or the next pandemic. It also has a capacity for profound harm. Deep fakes—AI-generated audio or video of events that never happened—are poised to cause havoc throughout society. AI empowers authoritarian regimes like China with unprecedented mechanisms for social control. And AI can be deeply biased, learning bigoted attitudes from us and perpetuating them. In short, this is not a technology to simply embrace, or let others worry about. The machines are coming, and they won’t stop, and each of us needs to know what that means if we are to thrive in the twenty-first century. And Rule of the Robots is the essential guide to all of it: both AI and the future of our economy, our politics, our lives. Join Martin Ford and CDT Director Vijay Gurbaxani in a discussion about what happens as AI [More]
China is building a huge digital surveillance system. The state collects massive amounts of data from willing citizens: the benefits are practical, and people who play by the rules are rewarded. Critics call it “the most ambitious Orwellian project in human history.” China’s digital surveillance system involves massive amounts of data being gathered by the state. In the so-called “brain” of Shanghai, for example, authorities have an eye on everything. On huge screens, they can switch to any of the approximately one million cameras, to find out who’s falling asleep behind the wheel, or littering, or not following Coronavirus regulations. “We want people to feel good here, to feel that the city is very safe,” says Sheng Dandan, who helped design the “brain.” Surveys suggest that most Chinese citizens are inclined to see benefits as opposed to risks: if algorithms can identify every citizen by their face, speech and even the way they walk, those breaking the law or behaving badly will have no chance. It’s incredibly convenient: a smartphone can be used to accomplish just about any task, and playing by the rules leads to online discounts thanks to a social rating system. That’s what makes Big Data so attractive, and not just in China. But where does the required data come from? Who owns it, and who is allowed to use it? The choice facing the Western world is whether to engage with such technology at the expense of social values, or ignore it, allowing others around the [More]
Subscribe to France 24 now: FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 Facial recognition is one of the fastest-evolving technologies in the field of artificial intelligence. It has major implications in terms of security and counter-terrorism, but also e-commerce and industry. In China, the technology is increasingly becoming part of people’s daily lives and there are already 170 million surveillance cameras across the country. The economic stakes are huge, but so are the privacy issues and ethical questions raised. Our correspondent reports. A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Christopher Davis Visit our website: Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter:
Fei-Fei Li, director of Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and Lei Zhang, chairman and CIO of Hillhouse Capital Management, discuss with Paul Oyer, an economics professor at the Graduate School of Business, the current research and development in the field of artificial intelligence, as well as future implementations into daily life, at the Stanford China Economic Forum in Beijing, on September 8, 2018.
✅ Instagram: You’re on PRO Robotics and in this video we talk about the WAIC 2021 Robot Expo. The latest developments in robots and artificial intelligence were presented at the Robot Expo in China. New drones, cities of the future, autonomous buses – all this and more you will learn from the high-tech news release. Be sure to watch the video till the end and write in the comments, and which novelty impressed you more than others? 0:00 In this video 0:19 China WAIC 2021 0:35 Huawei Smart City 1:37 A new version of Walker X robot from UBTECH Robotics 2:56 Baidu unveils Apollo Moon drone with 5G support 3:36 SenseTime unveils autonomous minibus with augmented reality 4:22 Qomolo unmanned truck 4:43 Banma unveiled an intelligent cockpit at the show 5:07 Drones for delivery automation 5:44 The rest of the new products at the show 6:28 Nurse robot 6:58 Scientists at Stanford University have printed elastic artificial skin on a 3D printer 7:36 Robot pizzeria 8:08 Abundant Robotics announces its closure 8:41 NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance has completed its first launch of the Autonav navigation software system 9:21 UC Berkeley engineers teach four-legged robot Mini Cheetah to autonomously jump over obstacles 9:58 Future gaming chair concept 10:33 UK Ministry of Defense invests $4.8 million in Defense Science Technology Laboratory Program 11:11 Hyundai Rotem has supplied the national army with two multipurpose ground wheeled robots for combat testing 11:53 Promobot to develop full-size walking humanoid robot by 2035 12:09 American [More]
Recorded on June 30, 2021 Amy Zegart is the Morris Arnold and Nona Jean Cox Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, where she chairs the Working Group on Technology, Economics, and Governance. She’s also a professor of political science at Stanford, and an expert on intelligence, cybersecurity, and big tech. In this wide-ranging conversation, Professor Zegart discusses the US relationship with China and how she views that country’s aggressive stance toward Taiwan; why big tech companies are a potential threat not only to privacy, but also to our national security; and why the next war may well be fought with a keyboard rather than on a battlefield. For further information: Interested in exclusive Uncommon Knowledge content? Check out Uncommon Knowledge on social media! Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:
Artificial intelligence, AI, has been heralded as transformational, disrupting industries and societies, even altering powers among nations. China’s ambition is to become a global innovation center by 2030. Why has China made AI a national priority? What are China’s advantages and disadvantages? Shouldn’t China and the US be partners, not adversaries, to assure that AI serves humanity, not the reverse? Subscribe to us on YouTube: Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): Download our APP on Google Play (Android): Follow us on: Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Pinterest: Tumblr: Weibo:
China announced in 2017 its ambition to become the world leader in artificial intelligence (AI) by 2030. While the US still leads in absolute terms, China appears to be making more rapid progress than either the US or the EU. In this video I break down how China is accomplishing this feat, and answer the question: Can China be Trusted? If you’d like to support the channel / 如果你想支持我的频道: 🅿️ Patreon: ☕ Buy me a Coffee: 🧧 WeChat / 微信: ➡️ PayPal: ₿ Bitcoin: 32go3tLiu88jibJhWgK3RstmXsW2FFELJ8 西瓜视频:@Cyrus王德中 B站视频:@Cyrus王德中 抖音:@温哥华老外 🗒️ Subscribe to my newsletter: 🎥 Connect with me on YouTube ⭐ Connect with me on Facebook: 🐤 Connect with me on Twitter: 📸 Products I use to Produce my Vlogs: Camera: Tripod: Microphone: Lighting: Drone: #china #chinatech #ai
Daniel Cave moderates a discussion with guest speakers Dr Samantha Hoffman, Lotus Ruan and Elsa Kania. The panel tackled some of the most important cyber, technology and security developments occurring in China and assess their international implications. From the country’s emerging Social Credit System, the use of Artificial Intelligence and surveillance technology, Internet censorship, big data to the global expansion of China’s giant Internet and tech companies.
Bill Dally, NVIDIA’s Chief Scientist and SVP of Research, explains how research coupled with technology continues to advance computing and double AI performance each year. Dally describes NVIDIA’s innovations in AI, graphics, HPC, healthcare, edge computing and autonomous machines. He also shares new research in the areas of AI inference, silicon photonics, and GPU cluster acceleration. After the keynote be sure to watch the panel of five senior NVIDIA executives describing how the company’s latest breakthroughs in AI, data science and healthcare are being adopted. 0:00 I AM AI Intro 3:12 GTC China 2020 Keynote with Bill Dally 1:09:35 GTC China 2020 NVIDIA Executive Panel
China is the world leader in facial recognition technology. Discover how the country is using it to develop a vast hyper-surveillance system able to monitor and target its ethnic minorities, including the Muslim Uyghur population. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: Improving lives, increasing connectivity across the world, that’s the great promise offered by data-driven technology – but in China it also promises greater state control and abuse of power. This is the next groundbreaking development in data-driven technology, facial recognition. And in China you can already withdraw cash, check in at airports, and pay for goods using just your face. The country is the world’s leader in the use of this emerging technology, and China’s many artificial intelligence startups are determined to keep it that way in the future. Companies like Yitu. Yitu is creating the building blocks for a smart city of the future, where facial recognition is part of everyday life. This could even extend to detecting what people are thinking. But the Chinese government has plans to use this new biometric technology to cement its authoritarian rule. The country has ambitious plans to develop a vast national surveillance system based on facial recognition. It’ll be used to monitor it’s 1.4 billion citizens in unprecedented ways. With the capability of tracking everything from their emotions to their sexuality. The primary means will be a vast network of CCTV cameras. 170 million are already in place and an estimated 400 million new ones will [More]
VICE’s Elle Reeve heads to China to investigate the rise of facial recognition technology — and what that means for all of us. This report originally aired April 13, 2018, on VICE on HBO. Subscribe to VICE News here: Check out VICE News for more: Follow VICE News here: Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: More videos from the VICE network: #VICEonHBO
Robot Exhibition in Beijing: the coolest robots from China 2020. Robot Exhibition 2020. The newest and coolest robots and amazing technologies of the future. Incredible robots and gadgets in China. News of technology. China International Services Trade Fair CIFTIS 2020 this year was the first major event in China since the beginning of the pandemic. And the real sensation was the robot exhibition grounds. 1. CANBOT – robot cooker 2. Robot barista from Orion Star Technology 3. Qualcomm’s barista robot is based on industrial manipulators 4. robot with six legs, created by researchers from Shanghai Jiaotong University 5. Unitree Robotics – A1 robot and robot Laikago 6. Deep Robotics brought its four-legged robot: robot Jueying Pro 7. UBTECH company has brought three of its best robots at once: humanoid Walker robot / portable Alpha Mini robot / cloud intelligent service robot CRUZR 8. Robot administrator 9. Xinsong brought smart robotic equipment for rehabilitation 10 Canbot – medical robot 11. Root “Nurse” – medical robot 12. Chinese robot Pong 13. robot artist Saidaqian painted portraits 14. ZHZ TD220, a Chinese multifunctional drone 15, The Institute of Vehicles and Transportation of Tsinghua University presented 6 unmanned vehicles 17.High-tech giant ABB demonstrated 2 super capabilities of its YuMi robot 18. Bionic fish robots were swimming in swimming pools 19. robodogs from Ghost Robotics Robot dog, robot bartender, robot barista, medical robots, robots cooks, industrial, service, humanoid and robotic animals. Which is the coolest robot 2020? All the most interesting and new robots in [More]
A growing number of classrooms in China are equipped with artificial-intelligence cameras and brain-wave trackers. While many parents and teachers see them as tools to improve grades, they’ve become some children’s worst nightmare. Video: Crystal Tai More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit Visit the WSJ Video Center: On Facebook: On Twitter: On Snapchat: #WSJ #ArtificialIntelligence #China
AI investor Henry Shi addressed the following questions: – What caused the different climates between the US and China’s VC markets? – In what fields is the US ahead of China in AI, and vice versa? – Why have some AI businesses grown exponentially in one country but not in the other? – What are the important trends to watch for in the global AI space? Henry Shi is an investor, entrepreneur, and technologist. He is the Managing Partner of AI List Capital and a Venture Partner with BOLD Capital Partners. Henry is an early investor in over 20 AI-driven startups, three of which are at or approaching unicorn status. His portfolio companies have attracted follow-up investments from Sequoia, GV, Accel, KPCB, SoftBank, Tencent, and many others. Previously, Henry was a Venture Partner with Zuma Ventures, a studio-style incubator for emerging tech companies. As a serial entrepreneur, Henry cofounded PlusYoou, one of the largest startup platforms in Southern California that connects local startups with strategic partners and venture capital from Asia. Henry has also cofounded CloudApply (acquired), the first online marketplace in China that provides on-demand education consulting. Henry is a Computer Science PhD from University of Southern California and a Visiting Scholar at Carnegie Mellon University.
Companies and governments are turning to artificial intelligence to make streets safer, shopping more targeted and health care more accurate. China is one of the countries quickly adopting AI technologies. Watch CGTN LIVE on your computer, tablet or mobile Subscribe to CGTN America on YouTube Follow CGTN America: Twitter: @cgtnamerica Facebook: @cgtnamerica