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  • U. S. Curbs on AI Models Threaten AI Progress

    On May 22, U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee passed a bipartisan bill that would make it easier for the Biden administration to restrict the export of proprietary or closed source AI models (the primary software of AI intelligent systems like ChatGPT) to China. It could have significant negative ripple effects for global AI international cooperation, thus hindering the scientific and technological progress and innovation of all of humankind. Also, both China and U.S. would be victims if the bill is passed.

  • China Nurtures Sci-tech Ties with France, Serbia and Hungary

    Scientific and technological cooperation has been a cornerstone of China's bilateral relationship with France, Serbia and Hungary.

  • Cooperation, not Competition, the Way to Lead Global Climate Action

    China and the U.S. have a common but differentiated responsibility vis-a-vis climate change and both have to cooperate as far as possible to continue to lead the global process.

  • Labor Day Tourism Shows Booming Economy

    China's economy is showing a good recovery momentum in 2024, with the recent Labor Day holiday travel boom indicating economic vitality, according to official data. Business insiders and experts have positive expectations for China's economic rebound, praising the Chinese economy's contribution to global economic recovery.

  • Hydrogen Pegged to Be New Quality Fuel

    To gain an understanding of how hydrogen energy is speeding up future sustainable development, Science and Technology Daily recently interviewed with an expert in the field, Professor Wang Cheng from Tsinghua University.

  • Overseas Exhibition Highlights China-U.S. Sci-tech Cooperation

    The Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C. held a sci-tech exhibition during its open house event on May 4, themed the "45th Anniversary of China-U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation: Retrospect and Prospects."

  • Innovation Key to New Quality Productive Forces

    How can innovation play a leading role in developing new quality productive forces? At a recent symposium, experts discussed how it could be done.

  • China's Rising Soft Power Brings Global Benefits

    China's international image is being recognized as an increasingly impactful soft power, according to Brand Finance's 2024 Global Soft Power Index. The report, released in February 2024, ranked China in third place, surpassing both Japan and Germany. This marks the most substantial improvement for any nation on the index this year, with China's score increasing by 6.2 points.

  • Green Cooperation a Win-win for both China and Germany

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of the establishment of all-round strategic partnership between China and Germany.

  • Next Frontier Technology of 6G Needs Joint Exploration

    With 6G emerging as the new strategic technology in the next wave of technological revolution and industrial transformation, scientists from multiple countries met at the Global 6G Conference in Nanjing, Jiangsu province in east China, from April 16-18 to discuss the future of 6G research and development, as well as application scenarios and fostering cooperation.

  • ‘Overcapacity’an Excuse to Slap Tariffs on Chinese Products: Expert

    The accusation of “overcapacity”reveals the psychology of the West. That is, "We in the collective West can no longer compete with China, so we're going to invent an excuse to slap tariffs on their products."China's "overcapacity"  can be an opportunity for the Global South.

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U. S. Curbs on AI Models Threaten AI Progress

On May 22, U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee passed a bipartisan bill that would make it easier for the Biden administration to restrict the export of proprietary or closed source AI models (the primary software of AI intelligent systems like ChatGPT) to China. It could have significant negative ripple effects for global AI international cooperation, thus hindering the scientific and technological progress and innovation of all of humankind. Also, both China and U.S. would be victims if the bill is passed.