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Technology Changes Everything

Famed artificial intelligence researcher Li Fei-Fei says industry and academia need to cooperate to reap the field’s benefits

AI in China

Over the past 15 years, Li Fei-Fei, director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab and the Stanford Vision Lab, has been working on algorithms that enable computers and robots to perceive and learn from the world. She cherishes the idea that machines will eventually understand the world and society in which humans live.

In early 2017, Li joined Google Cloud AI and Machine Learning, believing that as AI technology reaches more people, it will have a more profound industrial and academic impact. In an interview with ChinaReport, she shared her unique views on the prospects of AI, its market potential, and challenges for this rapidly-growing field.

ChinaReport : How will AI impact our lives?

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The Belt and Road forum held in Beijing in May heralds China's strategy of globalisation 2.0. How much China has invested in the BRI? How can other countries along the routes join in and benefit from the opportunities? (p.20-25) Technologically China has often been perceived as playing the catch-up game. Not in Artificial Intelligence, which the country's tech giants are spearheading with some success. (p. 34-43) A migrant worker has taken the country by storm in her Dickensian essay about her hard life in modern Beijing. (p.52-55)