MOC spokesperson makes remarks on US tariff decision


MOC spokesperson makes remarks on US tariff decision


AI-equipped self-driving cars a spotlight at WAIC

Artificial intelligence-equipped self-driving cars have purred into the spotlight during the World Artificial Intelligence Conference yesterday.

China's central bank governor calls for further financial opening up

China's central bank governor has called for continued efforts to expand the opening-up of the country's financial sector in a proactive and orderly manner.

S. Korean president arrives in Pyongyang for summit with DPRK top leader

South Korean President Moon Jae-in arrived in Pyongyang Tuesday morning and was received by the top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Kim Jong Un.

Autonomous bus wows WAIC

An artificial intelligence experience center in Yangpu showcases AI technologies such as driver-less vehicles and intelligent urban management.

Smartest cities have smartest 'City Brains'

More than half a million sensors and monitors have been put in place  downtown.

Huawei sees AI more accessible, affordable and easy to use within two or three years

By 2025, more than 86 percent of businesses and organizations will use AI while data utilization will reach 80 percent, according to the Huawei Connect Conference website.

Insurers resorting to use of big data and AI

Insurance firms adopting this path to mitigate growing risks to their operations from factors like anti-selection and insufficient information on policyholders.

Shanghai universities to boost research and education on AI

At least 13 universities in Shanghai are offering AI education programs to meet an estimated shortage of over 5 million AI professionals in China, according to industry sources.

Shanghai opens more public roads for testing of intelligent and connected vehicles to speed up industry development

More public roads opened will offer a larger scope for testing of ICVs and the complexity of road tests will be further improved.

170 German companies to attend China's first import ex

A total of 170 companies from Germany will attend the first China International Import Expo.

High-speed rail network brings travelers back to earth

With the construction of high-speed railway networks on the fast track, Chinese travel agencies are tapping tourism opportunities.

China's stock markets surge

Shares of building material companies led gainers while total turnover on the two stock exchanges rose to 253.66 billion yuan (US$36.95 billion).

Smartmi aims to establish smart home eco-system with AI-featured air-conditioner

"Our products are designed to meet the demands of 80 percent of consumers, with good design, smart connection and reasonable prices," Su said. 

Concert tour to celebrate Kazakh and Chinese friendship

A concert of works composed by late Chinese musician Xian Xinghai was staged at the Shanghai Poly Grand Theater recently by the Kazakhstan National Philharmonic Orchestra.

Police, volunteers help sanitation worker collect dead son's photos

After losing the photos, the helpless woman cried every day, sometimes refusing to eat, her colleague told media.

Food deliveryman detained for assaulting traffic police officer

The police officer received a few scratches in the eye area and a torn eyelid.

Internet shopper held for defrauding shop and courier company

The suspect allegedly asked to return the products and then claimed them back, but in the meantime he also got a refund from the seller.

China pledges zero tolerance for data fraud

China's statistics authority named and shamed local areas involved in statistical fraud, pledging a continued hard-line stance on and zero tolerance to such illegal practices.

China names and shames 158 companies for pollution

China's environmental authority has named and shamed 158 companies that discharged major pollutants at seriously excessive levels in the first quarter of 2018.