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.

Experts optimistic about China-US trade relations despite Trump’s trade threat against ChinaExperts optimistic about China-US trade relations despite Trump’s trade threat against ChinaThe overall trade relations between China and the US will head in a better direction despite US President Donald Trump’s protectionanist…

Government report signals China's intent to promote yuan's internationalization, says analystGovernment report signals China's intent to promote yuan's internationalization, says analystChina's promise to keep its currency stable in the global monetary system in 2017 sends a message that Beijing is planning to step up its…

Beijing’s most celebrated haunted house renovatedBeijing’s most celebrated haunted house renovatedBeijing’s most 'haunted house' Chaonei No.81 has been renovated and put out for lease after remaining derelict for over half a century. …

China may allow a slower economic growth in 2017-forecastChina may allow a slower economic growth in 2017-forecastChina, the world’s second-largest economy, may set a slower economic growth target for 2017, showing its dedication to improve the effic…

China may allow a slower economic growth in 2017-forecastChina may allow a slower economic growth in 2017-forecastChina, the world’s second-largest economy, may set a slower economic growth target for 2017, showing its dedication to improve the effic…

What to expect from China's annual NPC and CPPCC meetingsWhat to expect from China's annual NPC and CPPCC meetingsChina's fresh macro-economic measures and growth target will be announced at the upcoming annual sessions of the National People's Congre…