Chinese Innovation: The Rise of Smart Robots

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All eyes are on #China as the most important gatherings on China’s political calendar, the #TwoSessions, began on March 4 and March 5. The country’s top legislature, the National People’s Congress or NPC, and the top political advisory body, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference or CPPCC, will review the government’s work reports. The Two Sessions are not only political gatherings, but also an important occasion to take the pulse of China. As the sessions are mapping out the future, China seeks to improve its innovative capabilities on the path to becoming technically advanced in the world. High technologies such as artificial intelligence are no longer science fiction, but are becoming part of everyday life. At this year’s Spring Festival Gala, smart robots decked out as ox shined on stage. They danced and interacted with human actors, triggering huge online buzz. Earlier, Tian Wei talked to sales managers of Hangzhou Unitree Robotics. There, she got up close with these adorable ox robots. #AI

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