China's top gene-sequencing provider, BGI, will participate in the Genome Program, which aims to use genomic data to improve health outcomes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the company announced Wednesday.
More than 500 design professionals, business leaders, representatives of design companies and government officials attended the opening ceremony of the 12th China (Shenzhen) International Industrial Design Festival (CIIDF), which was staged at the MJH International Art Design Center (iADC) in Bao’an District, Shenzhen, yesterday.
The Belt and Road Culture and Tourism Development Forum, which aims to promote the deep integration of culture and tourism in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and share resources and complementary advantages, was held in Shenzhen on Saturday.
Huawei aims to help build the world’s largest artificial intelligence (AI) computing platform by working with a major national laboratory, offering its self-developed chipsets as fundamental architecture to compete with Intel and NVIDIA.
Nearly 100 experts and officials in the field of energy and technology gathered at Shenzhen Energy Center on Thursday to attend the third preparatory meeting for the Shenzhen First Session International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Leaders Summit, which is expected to be held March 28 next year.
A total of 12 French startups specializing in digital and energy transition were selected to join the program of the 8th edition of French Tech Tour China, which kicked off at its first stop at Ali Center in Shenzhen on Monday night.
Bank of China (BOC) will further strengthen comprehensive strategic cooperation with the Shenzhen Municipal Government in a bid to support the latter in building a pilot demonstration area of socialism with Chinese characteristics.
The Shenzhen Municipal Financial Regulatory Bureau established an administrative punishment committee Wednesday in a bid to strengthen financial regulation, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported Thursday.
Shenzhen enterprises, including Huawei and ZTE, have secured more than 100 5G commercial contracts from overseas regions, such as Europe, the Asia Pacific and the Middle East, since the firms began offering the equipment, it was revealed at the 21st China Hi-Tech Fair, which closed yesterday.
Tech giants in Shenzhen are providing powerful support in new-type smart city transformation. Ping An Insurance (Group), China’s largest insurer, has also set its eye on the smart city projects and have had a foothold with its distinctive advantages, said Wayne Hu, Ping An Smart City Co-President & CTO.