China Tech Digest: Alibaba Establishes Artificial Intelligence Governance Laboratory; Releases "JD AI Economist"

Alibaba establishes Artificial Intelligence Governance Laboratory

Today, Alibaba announced the establishment of Alibaba Artificial Intelligence Governance Laboratory (AAIG). The laboratory will focus on sustainable, reliable, credible, and usable artificial intelligence technologies and applications, by building a trust mechanism for the digital economy, punishing behaviors that endanger the interests of businesses and users, protecting and encouraging innovation, and promoting the healthy development of the platform economy. releases intelligent research and analysis terminal "JD AI Economist"

At the 2021 JD Cloud Summit, Shen Jianguang, vice president of JD Group and chief economist of JD Technology, released an intelligent analysis terminal product-"JD AI Economist". This product covers three functional sections-AI Economist Data Terminal, JD Technology Macroeconomic and Social Development Database, Macro Big Data AI and Quantitative Analysis Topics (Customized Services). It can provide high-quality macroeconomic databases, in-depth data visualization and AI prediction and analysis models for economic analysts in relevant institutions.

Tencent Cloud and Boston Consulting Group reached a strategic cooperation

Tencent Cloud and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) have reached a strategic cooperation. The two parties will carry out comprehensive cooperation in various fields such as finance and retail, and provide enterprises with cloud-based architecture design, employee empowerment solutions, and marketing solutions, so as to facilitate the digital transformation of enterprises.

China’s AI industry reached RMB303.1 billion in 2020, a year-on-year increase of 15%

"China Internet Development Report (2021)" was released today at the China Internet Conference. The report shows that the scale of China’s artificial intelligence industry has reached RMB303.1 billion in 2020, a year-on-year increase of 15%, and the growth rate is slightly higher than the global growth rate. There are 1,454 AI companies in China, second only to the United States, which has 2,257 AI companies. These AI companies are mainly based in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Zhejiang and other provinces. Among them, Beijing and Shanghai are the top two cities with 537 and 296 respectively.

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