World's leading internet sci-tech achievements unveiled

Added On October 21, 2019

 The ongoing World Internet Conference has unveiled 15 of the world's leading scientific and technological achievements in the Internet sector.

The achievements were selected by a group of 39 experts from around the world, covering areas including AI, 5G, cloud computing, digital manufacturing, and industrial Internet.
Among the achievements are Huawei's Kunpeng 920 processor, Baidu's open-source deep learning platform Paddle Paddle, Alibaba's cloud database POLARDB, Tesla's full self-driving chip, Microsoft's machine reading comprehension, German software company SAP's in-depth application of AI in intelligent enterprises, and Tsinghua University's hybrid Tianjic architecture towards artificial general intelligence.
The President of the China Association for Science and Technology says science and technological innovation will bring more potential to the Internet sector, and he hopes these achievements can have a wider application in society.
The three-day World Internet conference has brought together more than 1,500 participants from over 80 countries and regions to discuss the prospect of Internet development.