When China’s government announced its ambitions for the country’s theoretical, technological, and applied artificial intelligence development to reach a “world-leading level” by 2030, governments and markets worldwide took notice.
So did DigiChina. The New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan (AIDP), drafted by experts across China’s bureaucracy and issued by the State Council in July 2017, was one of this nascent project’s first major translations.
Today, the Stanford-New America DigiChina Project publishes its first special report, on AI Policy and China, featuring new work and insights from 14 specialists across a wide variety of fields.
Read the report in PDF format here.