Robots powered by 5G engineering and AI-driven scanners producing sketchy human portraits brought excited regional guests however the 6th World Web Seminar (WIC) in Wuzhen in eastern China’s Zhejiang province wrapped up Monday evening using its profile, possibly, marred by the lack of US online giants such as Apple and Google this season.
One of the leading Chinese entrepreneurs that attended the seminar was Baidu manager Robin Li and former Alibaba chief executive Jack Ma.
Madhur Deora, president of Indian electronic payment and tech firm Paytm, talked at forum on fiscal engineering of Fintech, titled”Deep Integration and Broader Empowerment” on Sunday.
The principal organizer of this event is that the Chinese Cyberspace Administration of China (CYAC), that is the nation’s most important regulator — and censor — of its closely controlled net.
The WIC is kept in the picturesque water town of Wuzhen with resorts constructed over crisscrossing canals.
One of the”leading Web sci-tech accomplishments” declared at the WIC comprised Huawei’s Kunpeng 920 chip, Baidu’s open-source deep-learning platform Paddle Paddle and Alibaba’s cloud database POLARDB — three of China’s leading businesses.
Tesla introduced a”complete self-driving processor” and Microsoft’s machine reading comprehension system.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi’s statement that it intends to launch over 10 5G mobiles in 2020 triggered a rare buzz in the WIC.
Xiaomi contributes to the smartphone marketplace in India.
CEO Lei Jun was quoted by Reuters as saying in the WIC: “People in the industry fear the following year 4G versions will not sell, this can be a measure you don’t have any option except to take. We expect that operators can accelerate their growth of 5G base channels.”
The subject of the convention was”Intelligent Interconnection for Openness and Cooperation — Building a Community with a Common Future in Cyberspace,” and brought together over 1,500 participants in over 80 nations and areas.
It was, nevertheless, basically a series paid for and ordered to showcase China’s advancement in the online industry, also publicize President Xi Jinping’s ideas and proposed policies on people.
Xi’s ideas were expounded by almost all speakers in the Chinese authorities who spoke in the 20 forums, held on the sidelines.
“In 2019, directed from the Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese characteristics from the New Era, which of strengthening and developing China through net development, particularly, the nation seizes the chance… to hasten the progression of online infrastructure,” the authorities policy publication online introduced at the WIC explained.