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Artificial Intelligence in China in its direct sources: specific policies

Here is a fragment of my presentation for the text “Artificial Intelligence in China in its direct sources. Volume I. S…“, , which I just published on the Amazon / Kindle platform. Volumes 2, 3 and 4 will be released in the next two weeks

“…In recent years, several countries have announced and initiated strategic programs to support the AI, so far in 2017, particularly Canada and China. In both cases, AI is seen as a tool for development…

The present work continues the methodology already used in the case of the Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy, consisting of gathering, providing thematic cohesion and continuity in the edition, recapitulating the essential sources of the subject in question.

Under this format, the use for researchers, specialists, and public policy makers is greatly expanded, since not only the information but also the original source is available if the transcribed material (APA methodology) is required to be collated.

Our work has another advantage: it helps to overcome the difficulty associated with the information that appears before our eyes every day, as a news flash, as a daily surprise, without a common thread that unites it to rescue its meaning and orientation.

With particular emphasis on the years 2016 and 2017, the series “Artificial Intelligence in China in its direct sources” collects four independent volumes that bring together the AI news in that country. Volume 1: Specific Policies; Volume 2: Strategic Policies; Volume 3: Cooperation, Research and Events and, Volume 4: Market.

The first volume begins with Innovation as the axis of development and the important role of science and technology. Below is an approximation to the topics of Internet and Big Data and Cloud Computing. It continues with the description of specific public policies and ends with the rescue of experiences of development in geographical areas.

The second volume compiles the presence of AI in various strategic plans, including the 13th Five-Year Plan 2016-2020, Internet Plus Policy Strategy, Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, Made in China 2025 and Healthy China 2030.

The third volume recapitulates the importance given to research, major technological developments, events and a sample of international cooperation on this topic.

The last volume gathers basic information about the market, its main companies and advances.

One day the AI will stop being “artificial” to recover, in another sense, the term “natural“. When this happens, China will be there