Google scientist predicts blurring of human-machine distinctions in futureGoogle scientist predicts blurring of human-machine distinctions in futureThe top artificial intelligence scientist at Google believes distinctions between human and machine would be blurred within the era of artificial intelligence, while disagreeing with Stephen Hawking’s view that the future AI development would supersede human beings.

China's economy grows 6.7 percent in 2016China's economy grows 6.7 percent in 2016China's economy grew by 6.7 percent in 2016, compared with 6.9 percent a year earlier, marking its slowest growth in more than a quarter …

China faces more challenges in keeping yuan stableChina faces more challenges in keeping yuan stableThe Chinese government may face more challenges in preventing its currency, the yuan, from further depreciation against the US dollar ami…

China's Xi calls for a world without nuclear weaponsChina's Xi calls for a world without nuclear weaponsChinese President Xi Jinping called for a world without nuclear weapons at the UN on Wednesday and urged a multilateral system based on e…

China to curb non-strategic outward investment amid yuan devaluation concernsChina to curb non-strategic outward investment amid yuan devaluation concernsChina has formulated temporary policies to curb the rapidly growing outbound investment amid a slowing economic growth and yuan’s deprec…

Xi Jinping champions globalization at World Economic ForumXi Jinping champions globalization at World Economic ForumIn a major speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Chinese President Xi Jinping positioned himself as a defender of glo…

China fights masculinity 'crisis' with new textbook for boysChina fights masculinity 'crisis' with new textbook for boysChina is apparently concerned that its boys are becoming too effeminate. The country's solution: a masculinity-promoting school textbook …