In this release of Made in China, you'll learn about Xiaomi's Grand ambitions; the new principles of next-generation AI control and the results of 5g commercial testing on Huawei smartphones.
Xiaomi intends to become the leader of the Chinese market
In May of this year, Xiaomi announced organizational restructuring and personnel changes. In particular, the founder and head of the company, Lei Jun, assumed additional responsibilities as president of the Xiaomi Group with full responsibility for business development and team management in China.
Xiaomi Mi 9T
As it became known, about a month later, Lei Jun held a closed meeting for the Chinese division, where he voiced the slogan "Iron Army Xiaomi, three years of victory!" The company will focus on the development of brands Xiaomi and Redmi, as well as the release of AIoT products - the Internet of Things with artificial intelligence.
To achieve this goal, Xiaomi also intends to use the new features of fifth-generation networks. Recall that the company has already released a smartphone with 5G support - Mi Mix 3 5G. To strengthen its position in the market of Internet of things devices, the manufacturer has developed its own voice assistant, XiaoAI, which is now supported by most new products.
Xiaomi Desktop Smart Watch with XiaoAI Voice Assistant
Xiaomi has a hard standoff with Huawei for the Chinese market. Against the background of declining international sales, the second intends to seize up to 50% of the Chinese smartphone market.
China has approved the next generation of AI controls
The Professional Committee under the Ministry of Science and Technology of China has published the principles of the management of artificial intelligence (AI) of the next generation. Dean of Schwartzman College and Director of China's Next-Generation China National Professional Management Committee, Sue Lan, said that these standards are being introduced to better coordinate the development and management of rapidly developing technology, as well as to ensure the safety and reliability of AI.
Eight approved principles include harmony and friendliness, honesty and justice, inclusiveness and separation, respect for privacy, security and manageability, shared responsibility, open cooperation, and flexible management.
Zeng Yi, a researcher at the Institute of Automation at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, noted that these principles emphasize international cooperation, protecting the future of AI, and building a society of the future. According to him, this initiative is also focused on the long-term development of artificial intelligence. He proposed to conduct research to predict how the development of AI in the future can help humanity, society and the environment.
According to the Ministry of Science and Technology, earlier this year, a new generation professional AI management committee was created for normal development, strengthening legal, ethical and social research and actively promoting global AI management.
5.5Gb/s speed is fixed on commercial 5G networks
China Mobile and Huawei in the framework of joint commercial testing of the fifth generation networks on the streets of the Chinese city of Hangzhou recorded high data transmission rates. During the experiment, five users were simultaneously connected to one cell, for which the peak load reached 5.5 Gbit/s. The average network bandwidth per person exceeded 800 Mbit/s.
For testing 5G operator China Mobile has used the commercial base station 64T64R running at 2.6 GHz and supports simultaneous "distribution" 4G and 5G. As a target device used eight commercial phones Huawei Mate 20X 5G.
Huawei Mate 20X 5G
Multi-user mode provides multiplexing in the airspace of the radio interface when transferring data for loading and return. As a result, it increases the network bandwidth for data transfer in both directions and allows you to increase the speed of the Internet.