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he development of science and technology to the media, and has proposed a development strategy of "5G+4K/8K+AI" to fully meet the thirst of new media for new technology and effectively improve the drive of new technology to new media. The summit gathers prominent speakers from the business and media sectors, including managers of influential broadcasters such as Russia Today (RT) and BuzzFeed, as well as industry giants including Alibaba and Huawei, to discuss issues related to the relationship between media and technology. The summit will feature discussions on a variety of topics centered on the relationship between technology and media. Among the themes are "5G the Future: A New Era of Technology Innovation" and "Tech, News and the New Generation: The Evolution of Content Consumption." CGTN Think Tank launch The CGTN Think Tank was officially launched during the summit in an event attended by CMG President Shen Haixiong and CGTN Executive Vice President Sun Yusheng. A total of 50 think tanks and institutions from China and abroad have expressed interest in working


with the think tank. The institute aims at promoting cooperation among global think tanks by building an open platform for exchanges, contributing insight to the world and helping CGTN become a first-class international media with high-quality content.JIUQUAN, Nov. 17 -- Two global multimedia satellites were sent into planned orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China on Sunday. Two global multimedia satellites, KL-a-A and KL-a-B, are launched by a Kuaizhou-1A (KZ-1A) carrier rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Jiuquan, northwest China's Gansu Province, Nov. 17, 2019. (Photo by Ma Chongpeng/Xinhua) The two global multimedia satellites, KL-a-A and KL-a-B, was launched by Kuaizhou-1A (KZ-1A), a carrier rocket at 6:00 p.m. (Beijing Time). The two satellites are international cooperative commercial projects delivered by the Innovation Academy for Microsatellites of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. They are mainly used for the Ka-band communication technology test, and the user is a German company.


KZ-1A is a low-cost solid-fuel carrier rocket with high reliability and a short preparation period. The rocket, developed by a company under the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation, is mainly used to launch low-orbit microsatellites. Sunday's launch was the third mission for KZ-1A this year. Normal 0 7.8 ?? 0 2 false false false EN-US ZH-CN X-NONE


NANJING, March 14 -- From 5G robots, 3D-p



rinted supplies to far-reaching medical advances, China has tackled the novel coronavirus with its tech prowess, which is proven effective as more promising signs signal progress in the country's anti-virus fight. Cute, swift robots delivering packages, AI-backed voice assistants and unmanned drones with a loudspeaker reminding people to wear masks are no longer confined to the realm of science fiction, as they are actually taking place across China. A smart mobile robot, with functions like fac


ial recognition and temperature screening, has been patrolling in the city of Suzhou, east China's Jiangsu Province, to help control the spread of the coronavirus. Featured with technologies of 5G, cloud computing and intelligent vision, the robot can simultaneously track more than 30 people, according to the Suzhou Innovation Research Institute of Nanjing University, one of its developers. "The robot can tell whether people are wearing masks. And if not, it will beep and give a verbal reminder," said Chen Jie, a researcher with the institute. In Nanjing



, capital city of Jiangsu, robots are replacing deliverymen during the epidemic. Launc


company, the robots are utilized to complete door-to-door deliveries as man



cess after the virus outbreak. According to Suning, the robot has a maximum loading capacity of 145 liters and will be disinfected after each delivery. With a positioning accuracy of fewer than 50 mm, it can map out delivery routes and avoid obstacles, working for up to 10 hours on a charge. The robot has also played its part in the city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the epidemic, by delivering urgent medical supplies and daily necessities after the city implemented strict traffic restrictions. The deployment of cutting-edge technologies in the battle against the coronavirus has been very opportune, said Michael Walsh, chief executive of the Pacific Basin Economic Council when interviewed by China Daily last month. Such a public health emergency has taught the world how effective technologies can be in offering humanitarian relief, he added. Bruce Aylward, team leader of the China-World Health Organization (WHO) joint mission on the coronavirus, said he was impressed by China's pragmatic, systemic and innovative approach to control the outbreak after his nine-day field study trip in the country. FRONTLINE MARVELS After the outbreak, the Suzhou Jiangnan Aerospace Mechanical and Electric Industry Co., Ltd. immediately mobilized nine se


ts of "mobile hospital" equipment to aid the makeshift hospitals in Wuhan. The equipment consists of specialized vehicles that can support rescue workers in surgeries, telecommunications, electricity and other areas, according to the company. To properly handle medical waste, a kind of mobile incineration cabin, with a size of three standard containers, is used in Wuhan, which can incinerate 5 tonnes of medical waste daily, burning waste into harmless ashes within 20 minutes, said the developer Nanjing Luzhou Machine Co., Ltd. 3D-printed quarantine rooms are also cutting an eye-catching figure on the front line in hardest-hit Hubei Province. The rooms of about 10 square meters each are well-equipped with an air-conditioner, bathroom and shower facilities for patients under quarantine, according to its developer, a materials company based in Suzhou. Tech companies across China have been devoted to product innovation amid the virus outbreak. A research and development team from Harbin Xinguang Optic-Electronics Technology Co., Ltd. only spent five days in inventing a new type of spectrum



thermometer. "The thermometer can detect abnormal body temperatures within a 30-meter radius in less than one second," said Qu Bo, deputy general manager of the Heilongjiang-based company, adding that they are operating in full swing to ensure the supplies of epidemic prevention materials. MEDICAL SOLUTIONS Chinese scientists are racing to make scientific and technological breakthroughs, said Ding Xiangyang, deputy secretary-general of the State Council, noting that the country has adopted treatment methods that combine traditional


Chinese medicine and Western medicine. Nucleic acid testing is playing an important role in coronavirus detection. Experts in Jiangsu's Wuxi have developed a rapid nucleic test kit, which can screen the infection within 15 minutes, according to a biotech company in the city. A total of 14 products for testing the virus have been approved for clinical use, according to Wu Yuanbin, director-general of science and technology for social development with the Ministry of Science and Technology, at a press conference on March 6. "Nucleic acid testing can detect the gene sequence of the virus and China's sequencing technical capabilities have proved to be among the best in the world, as the gen

e of the coronavirus was successfully sequenced in just one week after the outbreak," said Tammy Tan, founder of a biotech company in Jiangsu. Vaccines are also being developed at a rarely seen speed in China. Some vaccines against the coronavirus are expected to enter clinical trials in April, according to Zheng Zhongwei, director of the Development Center for Medical Science and Technology of the National Health Commission. Zheng said the research and development of vaccines are carried out acco

rding to laws and technical requirements, and Chinese researchers have maintained exchanges with the WHO on the standard of vaccines. "Our goal is to release the vaccine as soon as possible while ensuring its safety and effectiveness," he added.A rapidly escalating outbreak of COVID-19 in China has plateaued and come down faster than previously expected, said WHO expert Bruce Aylward. China has ta

ken "differentiated approach" for different situations of sporadic cases, clusters of cases, or community transmission, which makes a massive scale of epidemic control work without exhausting its response, he added. Aylward highlighted that China's pragmatic approach is "technology-powered and science-driven". "They are using big data, artificial intelligence (AI) in places." GENEVA, Feb. 25 -- China has changed the course of COVID-19 outbreak, Bruce Aylward, an epidemiologist who led an advance team from the World Health Organization (WHO), said here on Tuesday, noting a rapidly escalating outbreak in China has plateaued and come down faster than previously expec


ted. It's a unanimous assessment of the 25-member team which has conducted a nine-day field study trip to China's Beijing, Guangdong, Sichuan and Hubei, stressed Aylward. Recalling details of the study trip in China, Aylward said he was impressed by China's pragmatic, systemic and innova

tive approach to control the COVID-19 outbreak. China has taken "differentiated approach" for different situations of sporadic cases, clusters of cases, or community transmission, which makes a massive scale of epidemic control work without exhaust

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