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Looking at Digital “Heat” from Wuzhen’s “Hot Words”–Insight into the New Trends of Science and Technology in the Future at the World Internet Conference

This is the outdoor scene of Wuzhen Internet International Convention and Exhibition Center taken on November 22. Photo by Huang Zongzhi, reporter of Xinhua News Agency

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World Internet Conference As the node of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province, has been moistened by the “water network” for more than a thousand years.

After the canal flowed 2,500 years, the “Wuzhen Covenant” in the name of the Internet once again gathered the world’s attention. Several prosperous Wuzhen “Fragrant City” time rotates, silkworms and theater troupes have changed into cool science and technology fairs on “Internet Lights”; compared with the active vendors in folklore, it is more difficult to estimate the participants connected by numbers.

Wuzhen behind the oar sound lamp shadow is a “model room” embedded in the digital world, which senses the “living specimen” of the pulse of the Internet. From November 23rd to 24th, at the “World Internet Conference · Internet Development Forum” held in Wuzhen, “information technology”, “digital economy” and “science and technology anti-epidemic” became the “hot words” of Wuzhen.

The impact of the global epidemic and the cold current of the economy have blocked the vigorous innovation force in the field of information technology. With digital empowerment, the interconnection of everything and intelligent manufacturing are still accelerating their evolution.

One of the hot words: “Frontier technology” empowers everything to connect

In the light snow season, with the theme of “Digital empowerment to create the future–joining together to build a community of destiny in cyberspace”, “Wuzhen’s appointment” once again ushered in a scientific and technological feast.

Audiences learn about the 5G application scene at the China Telecom booth of the “Internet Lights” Expo (photographed on November 22). Photo by Huang Zongzhi, reporter of Xinhua News Agency

When the “Internet Light” Expo was lit up over Wuzhen, Internet technology innovation became touchable.

How to drink milk more scientifically? In the milk “white technology” space, the audience can let Yili and Xiaomi jointly create the “smart brain” to recommend the most suitable milk categories by unlocking their fingerprints, inputting height, weight, exercise and sleep quality of the day.

How to get better sleep? The smart mattress on display by Qisheng Technology will monitor sleep data such as heart rate, respiration, pulse, blood pressure, blood oxygen, body temperature and so on in real time when people are asleep. When sensing it, the head of the bed will also automatically rise, effectively relieving the beating.

How can express delivery be more efficient? Alibaba’s unmanned distribution robot “Little Man Donkey” can run more than 100 kilometers with 4 degrees of electricity. Thunderstorms, lightning, high temperature, rain and snow, garages, tunnels and other environments do not affect its performance.

In addition to the considerable, sensibility and touchable “shown technology” in the exhibition hall, the “bottom enablers” and “infrastructure pathfinders” who once were behind the development of the Internet also went to the front of the stage.

Representatives of Zhejiang University and Zhijiang Laboratory introduced “Neuromimicry Brain Computers of Billion-level Neurons” (photographed on November 23) at the “World Internet Leading Scientific and Technological Achievements Release” event. Photo by Huang Zongzhi, reporter of Xinhua News Agency

The neuromimic brain computer of billion-level neurons realizes bionic olfactory perception recognition, 360 hologram cyberspace mapping system makes network attacks nowhere to hide, Meituan AI unmanned distribution plan helps fight the epidemic held the “World Internet Leading Scientific and Technological Achievement Release” activity, Fifteen scientific and technological achievements have appeared in the spotlight, covering quantum computing, satellite Internet, artificial intelligence, high-end chips, 5G network architecture and applications, etc.

This is the scene of the “World Internet Leading Scientific and Technological Achievements Release” photographed in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province on November 23. Photo by Huang Zongzhi, reporter of Xinhua News Agency

At the beginning of the year, Foxconn Shenzhen Longhua Factory was selected as the world’s “manufacturing lighthouse factory”. Li Junqi, chairman of Foxconn Industrial Internet Co., Ltd., said that whether it is intelligent manufacturing or industrial Internet, it must break through the core technology, and the core technology can be extended “cross borders”. For example, Foxconn’s precision tool team has developed high-speed rail milling cutters that master a number of core technologies.

In June, China completed the opening and testing of the current network 5G base station for the first time through the low-orbit satellite Internet, which is the only broadband Internet satellite in orbit produced by private companies in China. Gao Qianfeng, co-founder and vice president of Galaxy Aerospace, has a bigger dream. Aerospace technology is accelerating the integration with Internet technology. Satellite communication will serve as an effective supplement to the terrestrial 5G network, providing Internet services for more than 3 billion people who do not have network access on the earth. “I hope China’s satellite Internet construction has A piece of help from us.

Hot Words 2: “Digital Economy” Efficiently Drives “Double Cycle”

With the accelerated evolution of industrial transformation, the new generation of information technology applications such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, 5G, cloud computing, big data and the Internet of Things are deepening. Especially under the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic this year, the digital economy is regarded as a new engine of global economic recovery.

Ke Ruiwen, chairman of China Telecom, believes that the performance of the digital economy is “eye-catching” and shows great development potential and broad prospects. According to authoritative agencies, global GDP will decline by about 4.4% year-on-year in 2020, while the growth rate of the digital economy will be about 0.5%.

In the “Double Eleven” just past, people can see the strong driving force of the digital economy from hundreds of billions of yuan of online consumption. Zhang Yong, chairman and CEO of Alibaba Group, said that in the “Double Eleven” shopping season, the logistics orders generated on the Alibaba platform reached 2.32 billion, an increase of 9,000 times from the first “Double Eleven”, but the operation process was orderly and efficiently completed, reflecting China’s digital business infrastructure construction. Great achievements.

This is the opening ceremony of the World Internet Conference · Internet Development Forum, which was filmed in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province on November 23. Photo by Huang Zongzhi, reporter of Xinhua News Agency

The blue books World Internet Development Report 2020 and China Internet Development Report 2020 released during the forum confirm the above judgment. According to the blue book, China has built the world’s largest information and communication network. By the end of May 2020, China’s total number of optical fiber ports reached 850 million, and the optical fiber network fully covered urban and rural areas, with 93.1% of optical fiber users, ranking first in the world.

Jiang Xiaojuan, dean of the School of Public Administration of Tsinghua University, said that the application of new technologies such as 5G and the innovation of new business models will continue to create multiple new consumption levels of 10 billion and 100 billion levels. Experts at the meeting believe that relying on the industrial Internet, consumers, enterprises and various factors of production will be connected with each other, constantly mining user demand maps, synchronous iteration, and real-time interaction.

A smell of the rapid development of the digital economy, Fengqi Tea House, which “does not sell tea in the name of tea”, settled in Wuzhen in 2015. The data of nearly 100 agricultural enterprises across the country scrolled in real time on the big screen in the teahouse exhibition hall. The intelligent agricultural application demonstration site it has built in Wuzhen has realized the collection of big data in ecological agriculture and the automatic execution of special rice field robots.

This is the icon of the World Internet Conference · Internet Development Forum taken on November 23. Photo by Huang Zongzhi, reporter of Xinhua News Agency

In many fields, the traditional production and marketing methods have been replaced by digital and intelligent matching methods. Through the use of cloud computing, the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence technology, new manufacturing factories that have broken ground and pioneered merchants to embrace new technologies are already using “digital weapons” to open up the channel for the future.

Not long ago, the first “clothes with production dates” were born in Hangzhou. Consumers exclaimed: “The clothes may be fresher than my milk u2018 u2019!” Ordered through the factory, it is produced within 7 days and can be put on in about 10 days. More importantly, consumer IP can be embedded in the design link, and merchants do not generate inventory.

As the host of the forum, Zhejiang will focus on creating three major scientific and technological innovation heights of “Internet+”, life and health, accelerate the construction of major platforms such as Zhijiang Laboratory, Lakeside Laboratory, Liangdi Laboratory and West Lake Laboratory, and sort out a number of key cores of the digital economy, “emergency first” and cutting-edge technologies. Carry out joint tackling key problems alone, so that major technological innovations can gather the “torch” of an innovative powerhouse.

Hot Word 3: “Science and Technology Anti-epidemic” to deal with the normalization of the epidemic

The COVID-19 epidemic is one of the biggest challenges facing the world in 2020. Relying on digital technology to solve this problem has become a global consensus. The lifestyles and working methods of ordinary people have been accelerated to digitize due to the epidemic.

Zhong Nanshan, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, delivered a video speech at the main forum of the World Internet Conference · Internet Development Forum “Digital Economy and Science and Technology Anti-epidemic” (photographed on November 23). Photo by Huang Zongzhi, reporter of Xinhua News Agency

“In the fight against the epidemic, information and communication technology has provided very strong support for epidemic prevention and control, and has shown great energy in situation research and judgment, information sharing, epidemiological analysis and other aspects.”

Zhong Nanshan, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, said in his video speech that in the face of the common crisis of all mankind, no country can be alone. The international community needs to work together, abandon differences, and carry out more efficient, closer and comprehensive cooperation in vaccine research and development, 5G medical care, data sharing and other fields.

Experts believe that digital technology represented by 5G and big data has played an important role in the response to the epidemic. Li Zixue, chairman of ZTE Communications Co., Ltd.,

said that for example, relying on the big data platform for epidemic prevention and control, all parts of China carry out epidemiological and traceability investigations, “track” close contacts, and greatly improve the accuracy and screening efficiency of prevention and control.

For another example, through “5G+ medical treatment”, multidisciplinary and multi-expert remote cooperation diagnosis and treatment for severe patients, to improve the level of front-line medical treatment. In addition, through intelligent logistics, the blocking points are opened up to ensure the emergency deployment of anti-epidemic materials and the effective supply of people’s livelihood materials.

“The practice of global joint response to the challenges of the epidemic has once again proved that countries have become interdependent and inseparable communities of human destiny in various fields such as economy, trade, environment, medical care, technological innovation and so on.”

Alain Crozier, Microsoft’s senior vice president of the world and chairman and CEO of Microsoft Greater China, said that Microsoft, as an international technology enterprise, took the first move to use remote collaboration, intelligent meetings, big data analysis and other clouds with partners and ecosystems. End-to-end service, working together to respond to the epidemic and resume development.

Tatiana Matić, Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications of Serbia, said that seeing that China is changing the future of global business through the development of e-commerce, the country is also committed to developing partnerships in this field.

Through cooperation with Alibaba, we can promote the electronic payment platform in the Serbian market, and it is hoped that the logistics problems and freight increases caused by the COVID-19 epidemic will be solved as soon as possible.

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