Wuzhen summit sees AI giants strut their stuff
New products, including a cyber security system, smart driving car and industrial robots, are on display at the ongoing Sixth World Internet Conference in Wuzhen.
After six years, the event has become a stage for both giants and startups to boast their latest moves.
The “World Leading Internet Scientific and Technological Achievements” were named on Sunday, selected by a panel of experts around the world.
All-Seeing Eye, an Internet vulnerability radar system, was released by 360 during the awards ceremony. The system offers “effective and early” warnings of cyber attacks, which cost billions of dollars annually, said Li Jianhua, senior vice president of 360.
Besides 360, firms including Alibaba, Microsoft, Tencent, Tesla and Yitu also released Achievement technologies.
Cheetah Mobile is transforming the artificial intelligence business with smart robots — “milestones of the economic revolution” — to brings real changes to our daily lives, said Fu Sheng, chief executive of the New York-listed company. The company’s 5,000 robots have been used in museums, libraries, hotels and banks.
Startup SmartEarth released its latest digital twin technology during the event, featuring sensors, data processing, simulation, virtual reality, 3D modeling and intelligent control. The technology is used in urban management, industrial and smart driving sectors.