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 vows strong punishments for illegal financing activitiesChina vows strong punishments for illegal financing activitiesChina will severely punish people involved in illegal financing activities, especially targeting underground banks and the stock market, …

Beijing cuts firework sales, reports fewer injuries in holiday weekBeijing cuts firework sales, reports fewer injuries in holiday weekSales of firework dropped and fewer injuries were caused by the festive explosive during the week-long Chinese Lunar New Year holiday, th…

China spells out curbs on capital outflowsChina spells out curbs on capital outflowsChina's foreign exchange regulator has spelt out measures to encourage companies to keep their money at home or bring it back from overse…

China investing $290 billion to kickstart a 'toilet revolution'China investing $290 billion to kickstart a 'toilet revolution'China is already dealing with declines in tourism due to its notoriously poor pollution levels, but there's a different kind of cleanline…

Luxury retailers hope Chinese new year tourists will leave them crowingLuxury retailers hope Chinese new year tourists will leave them crowingOn an icy weekday afternoon in Hackney, a part of east London not on most tourists’ itinerary, Burberry’s discount outlet store is bust…

China’s population to peak at 1.45 billion by 2030China’s population to peak at 1.45 billion by 2030China’s population is expected to peak at about 1.45 billion by 2030, according to the national population development plan for 2016-203…