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Praising Tianjin’s efforts and achievements in intelligent sc
ience and technology, Liu Chuanzhi, board chairman of Legend Holdings Co Ltd, pred
icted the city will make a qualitative leap in two to three years by combining intelligent technologies with manufacturing.
Liu, also founder of Chinese computer giant Lenovo, said his company, like Tianjin, considers intelligent technology a new imp
etus. Lenovo is working on many intelligent applications and has invested in many high-tech ma
nufacturing enterprises. It uses various artificial intelligence-driven algorithms and machine learning to ana
lyze the data of its supply chain system, using it to optimize Lenovo’s new intelligent spare parts supply chain.
Liu Qingfeng, chairman and CEO of iFlytek, said the company has developed a series o
f products driven by AI applications, based on small samples over the past year.
The company’s latest technological breakthrough is for the first tim
e its machine has surpassed humans in English reading comprehension, Liu said.
He said that he believes AI in 2019 has entered the year of large-scale application.
According to a news release from the local fire department, the battery of an electric bicycle parked beside a building for s
tudents ignited, starting the fire. The incident is still being investigated and some people have been detained.
This is not the first fatal fire caused by an electric bicycle. In December 2017, five people were killed and nine injured when an electric bike started a fire in Beijing, and
in July last year, one person was killed and another injured in Wuxi, Jiangsu province. In fact, type “electric bicy
cle” and “fire” into any online searching engine and you will get hundreds of pages recording them.
How could that happen?
me. There are already 300 million electric bicycles in China, roughly one for every four persons.
However, when it comes to charging the bikes, a big proble
m has emerged. As a growing number of people live in residential buildings without separa
be released immediately after passing on-site inspections, providing they
have valid electronic chips and their owners have valid reports showing rabies anti
body test results from any of 62 authorized laboratories in various countries, according to the regulation.
Certified service dogs, such as guide dogs, will also be free from extended quarantine periods.
If the animals fail to meet the above-mentioned three criteria, they have to be quarantined for 30 days, according to the regulation.
Under previous rules, all pets, except service dogs, had to be placed under quarantine in desi
gnated areas for at least seven days, and in some cases 30 days, upon entering the Chinese mainland.
The former General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspe
ction and Quarantine, which supervised entry-exit inspections and quarantines, told China Daily
in 2016 that it was considering revising the regulation so pets could be released after passin
l culture, which has contemporary value and relevance to the modern wor
ld, and show it. In this way we can on the one hand tell the world how and why China is wh
at it is, and on the other have Chinese and other civilizations create benefits for mankind.
It is hoped that the Conference on Dialogue of Asi
Many pets entering China will now be subject to streamlined customs clearance procedures.
As of Wednesday this week, dogs or cats from designated countries or regi
ons that carry valid electronic chips and pass on-site inspection will no longer be subject to
extended quarantine, under the latest regulations issued by the General Administration of Customs.
Designated countries or regions include New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Haw
aii and Guam of the United States, Jamaica, Iceland, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Liechtenstein, C
yprus, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Japan and Singapore, as well as from Hong Kong or Macao.
an Civilizations will make fresh contributions to the construction of the community of shared future for mankind.
better short-term memory and faster reaction times compared with the control group, acco
rding findings published March 27 in the China-based journal National Science Review.
The study also found that transgenic monkeys’ brains took longer to develop, in a similar fashion to humans.
The experiment has divided the scientific community however, with a number of Western scientists criticizing it as uneth
ical, while some went as far to suggest, perhaps ironically, that it could lead to a Planet of the Apes-type scenario.
The Kunming Institute of Zoology told China Daily in a statement that the experiment was ethically approved in 2010.
In 2015 the animal rights committee of Kunming Biomed International, a research organiza
tion specializing in nonhuman primates, also declared the animals were being treated humanely in every
step of the experiment, in accordance with domestic and international regulations, the statement said.