China eyes intelligent manufacturing amid external risks
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From dancing robots and 5G appliances, to solutions for smart factories and logistics, “intelligent transformation” was the key word during the ongoing fifth World Intelligence Congress (WIC) in North China’s Tianjin Municipality on Thursday.

At the event, leading technology companies, factories and industry experts offered visions of fully automated factories that will produce clothes, food and supercomputers, while calling for efforts to capture the intelligent trend to further strengthen China’s manufacturing prowess amid external challenges and the coming 5G era.

The WIC, with a theme this year of empowering new development and fostering new patterns, is offering a combination of online and in-person activities from Thursday to Sunday – thanks to China’s efficient control of the COVID-19. Last year’s conference was held online due to the epidemic.

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