In October 2023, China introduced the 'Global AI Governance Initiative' at the World Internet Conference, outlining key principles for the development, security, and governance of artificial intelligence on a global scale.
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In October 2023, China released the “Action Plan for the High-Quality Development of Computing Power Infrastructure”, a comprehensive plan for the high-quality development of computing power infrastructure, targeting over 300 EFLOPS computing scale and 1,800 EB storage volume by 2025.
In October 2023, China introduced new measures - the “Measures for Scientific and Technological Ethics Review (for Trial Implementation)” - to tighten ethical oversight of scientific and technological activities, focusing on research involving humans, animals, and areas with potential ethical risks.
In June 2023, China’s internet regulator, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) announced the first batch of algorithms and their service providers that went through the filing process.
In September 2022, Shanghai adopted the “Shanghai Regulations on Promoting the Development of Artificial Intelligence Industry”, which aims to promote the development of this emerging industry.
Chinese courts hope to achieve the system of “similar judgments for similar cases” through AI technology, in order to ensure the effective supervision of trial activities.
China Establishes Three Internet Courts to Try Internet-Related Cases Online: Inside China’s Internet Courts Series -01
Recently, China has established three Internet courts in Hangzhou, Beijing and Guangzhou. These courts will try Internet-related cases online, all of which are located in the most flourishing and prosperous area in the aspect of China’s Internet industry.