current dorm block is nearing completion.”There is a list of rankings of all the wild science stations. When I joined in 2009, Hulu
nbuir station ranked somewhere in the middle, but this year we made it number one.”上海千花坊
Xu could tell from Xin’s eyes her love for the grasslands when they were first introduced as visiting researchers came to the station to start taking samples.
上海千花坊”She didn’t see the introductions as an onerous task, you could tell she enjoys them every time,” says Xu.
In Xu’s mind, even when Xin is in her office in Beijing, her mind is always thousands of kilometers away in Hu上海千花坊
lunbuir, and after 20 years spent on the grasslands, the locals have already taken her as one of their own.
上海千花坊Film director Wuershan is spending a decade adapting a classic novel into a film trilogy, Xu Fan reports.
With a big budget and a crew of more than 2,000 members, Chinese film d
irector Wuershan says he is spending a decade adapting a mythological epic into cinema.上海千花坊
“The Chinese film market has reached a phase and scale with which we
can produce grand works that showcase the 上海千花坊女神会所country’s rich legacies in history and cul
ture,” Wuershan, who turned 47 in early June, says during an interview with China Daily.
上海千花坊女神会所”I have selected the most important work from my perspective and I expect to spend 10 years on the film project.”
Xin has a 12-year-old daughter, who is used to her mother’s busy schedule and her wo
rking late. From the age of 4, Xin would take her daughter with her to Hulunbuir each summer.上海千花坊女神会所
When Xin is working outdoors on the grasslands, she doesn’t apply sunscreen, bu
t her daughter covers herself up with clothes and a hat, gloves, sunglasses and a mask.
“My daughter says she will not work on the grasslands when she grows u上海千花坊女神会所
p, as it’s too hard, but she’s done many samplings together with our quadrat team, and so
me of the data she has collected are used in some of my student’s papers,” says Xin.
hanghai has unveiled its first dedicated artificial intelligence incubator as part of its push t上海千花网o make AI a cornerstone of its industrial transformation.
上海千花网Launched in Shanghai’s Wujiaochang, an area home to multiple leading
research houses such as Fudan University and Tongji University, the first 3,000 square-mete
r AI Space serves as an accelerator to turn abstract AI ideas into prototypes and potentially into tangible products.上海千花网
Backed by the Shanghai Commission of Economy and Informatizati
o上海千花网n, the facility will provide working space, data bases, technical support, financing and res
ources match-making with application scenarios. Such a model will be duplicated across the city in due time.
上海千花网Five AI startups have signed memoranda of understanding with the first AI space, c
overing areas from the combination of AI and medical care, education and big data.
The incubator was launched earlier this week on the same occasion whe
n the city announced the setup of a series of awards, dubbed SAIL, dedicated to an AI-th
emed contest, whose results will be announced ahead of the 2019 World Artificial Intelligence Conference in August.
“The SAIL awards are not only an influential part of the WAIC competition, but an impor上海千花网
tant carrier in the integration of industries, universities, researches and application in the field of AI
,上海千花网女神会所” said Zhang Ying, chief engineer of the Shanghai Commission of Economy and Informatization.
With four subcategories, the SAIL awards are expected to facilitat
e the development of AI and accelerate its transformation from concepts to reality.
Official statistics上海千花网女神会所 showed that the city is already home to 1,000 companies with AI as its core b
上海千花网女神会所usiness. According to a plan issued last year by municipal authorities, Shanghai is looking to lead the pack by b
ecoming a global AI hub, with plans to expand the scale of i上海千花网女神会所ts industry to more than 100 billion yuan ($14.4 billion) by 2020.