Digital economy will become a key ingredient of national strategy during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-25), researchers and entrepreneurs in the technology sector said.
Amid the novel coronavirus epidemic, the growth rate of China's sharing economy will decline around 8 to 10 percent in 2020, and catch up again in the next two years, according to a report issued on Wednesday.
This morning the California Department of Motor Vehicles released a batch of 2019 reports from the companies piloting self-driving vehicles in the state.
Growing trends like 5G and cloud software will change the game, according to analysts.
Scanning faces for identity checks has become the norm in China, with the technology being used in some universities for student check-ins as well as in shopping malls to track the routes taken by consumers. In some advanced public toilets, facial recognition is even being used to ensure people do not take too many tissues so as to monitor acts of resource abuse.
The digital experience economy will bring huge market opportunities for China and the outside world, as technology has profoundly affected consumer behavior and raised the expectations of potential customers, a white paper said on Wednesday.
China could gain a new gear for growth by developing smart supercities through 5G connectivity, smart grids, renewable energy and modern transportation, according to a latest research report of Morgan Stanley.
A growing number of Chinese internet users are willing to pay for digital content, with a rising need for high-quality products, video content and better user experiences brought about by new technologies, a report said on Tuesday.
At present, the reporter learned from the official website of the National Internet Emergency Response Center that China's Internet network security situation in the first half of 2019 has been released, and it shows that the operation of China's basic network was generally stable in the first half of 2019, and there were no large-scale network security incidents.
Market demand for information technology talent will continue to grow after seeing an increase in the past quarter, and IT companies are scrambling for talent with 5G knowledge, online recruitment companies said.