China's orientation in the development of artificial intelligence to 2030 and the lessons suggesting for Vietnam

Authors

  • Bach Tan Sinh

Keywords:

Artificial intelligence, AI, Development of AI, Human resource for AI

Abstract

We are moving towards an intelligent and connected world where IoT is perception, big data is the new source of energy, and artificial intelligence is the brain that identifies the future of a new world. The article analyzes China's orientation in the development of artificial intelligence to 2030 in order to confirm its leading position in the world. From that analysis, the article proposes some suggestive lessons for Vietnam in the AI development orientation in line with the socio-economic development conditions and the context of Vietnam's international integration.

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Published

2020-07-15

How to Cite

Sinh, B. T. (2020). China’s orientation in the development of artificial intelligence to 2030 and the lessons suggesting for Vietnam. Journal SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICIES AND MANAGEMENT, 9(2), 123–134. Retrieved from https://vietnamstijournal.net/index.php/JSTPM/article/view/350

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STUDIES OF STRATEGIES AND MANAGEMENT

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