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Long March;rocket

China to Develop New Series of Carrier Rockets[Jul 03, 2018]

China aims to develop a new series of small, medium, large and heavy-lift Long March carrier rockets by 2030 to meet the demands of its space operations. The capacity of Chinese rockets would reach 140 tonnes for low-Earth orbit, 44 tonnes for Earth-Mars transfer orbit, 50 tonnes for Earth-Moon transfer orbit and 66 tonnes for geosynchronous transfer orbit in 2030.

innovation center;Sydney

University of New South Wales Sydney Launches New Innovation Center in Shanghai[Jul 03, 2018]

The University of New South Wales has officially launched a new interdisciplinary research center at one of China's leading technology hubs. Located in Shanghai's Yangpu Changyang Innovation Valley, the Sydney-based university said on Monday, the facility will bolster its presence in China and further boost Sino-Australian relations.

AI;common standard

AI Experts Push for Common Standards[Jul 02, 2018]

As Artificial Intelligence technologies advance, the US and China are expected to work together on developing common standards that will benefit the industry and society. The AI industry has been developing rapidly but variance exists in algorithms, data and applications. Concerns have also arisen about the technology's potential risks to human society.

AI;talent

AI Education Booming As China Cultivates Talent[Jul 02, 2018]

China's booming artificial intelligence industry has resulted in a growing demand for talent. To build a strong AI talent pool, China is now fostering AI education in universities by improving the curriculum and promoting interdisciplinary research. In April, the Ministry of Education issued an action plan to promote AI education in universities. According to the plan, universities in China will improve the AI discipline and make breakthroughs in basic theory and key technology research by 2020. Chinese universities will become core forces for building major global AI innovation centers by 2030.

cancer;cancer diagnosis;artificial intelligence;AI

China's Pilot Program to Use AI to Detect Cancer[Jun 29, 2018]

In China, algorithms crunching mountains of data have already shown their ability to improve people’s lives. Artificial intelligence (AI) is reporting breakthroughs in detecting cancer. In the country, more than 2.7 million people died of cancer every year. That means cancer kills more than five Chinese people every minute.

satellite;twin satellite;earth observation

China Launches New-tech Experiment Twin Satellites[Jun 28, 2018]

China successfully launched new-tech experiment twin satellites on the Long March-2C rocket from southwest China's Xichang Satellite Launch Center Wednesday morning. The twin satellites were launched at 11:30 a.m., and entered their intended orbit.

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