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.

Chinese sexual minority couples celebrate Valentine’s Day at Beijing landmarksChinese sexual minority couples celebrate Valentine’s Day at Beijing landmarksFive Chinese sexual minority couples celebrate Valentine’s Day recently by taking wedding photos at several Beijing landmarks, such as B…

Interview:Trump’s call for "reciprocal" investment not feasible-expertInterview:Trump’s call for "reciprocal" investment not feasible-expertThe Trump government’s latest call for a reciprocal investment with China may not be feasible and won’t have a concrete impact on China…

Online community debates whether China should legalize surrogacyOnline community debates whether China should legalize surrogacyChina’s online community has been debating whether surrogacy should be legally permitted in China since the state-run newspaper People’…

China will not retreat to old ways of capital control: officialChina will not retreat to old ways of capital control: officialChina will not retrogress to the era when the government clamped harsh controls on capital flows, the head of the country's foreign excha…

How should China respond to rising trend of protectionism?How should China respond to rising trend of protectionism?The 737th issue of the Caixin Weekly magazine, which was published on January 9, 2017, ran a cover story which discusses what China could…

China’s booming smog-related businessesChina’s booming smog-related businessesThe 3rd issue of the Oriental Outlook magazine published on January 19, 2017 ran a cover story on the booming anti-smog businesses in Chi…