From the team at New America:
On July 20, China's State Council issued a seminal document, entitled A Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan. This important aspirational document sets out a top-level design blueprint charting the country's approach to developing artificial intelligence (AI) technology and applications, setting broad goals up to 2030. The document has been translated into English by a group of experienced Chinese linguists with deep backgrounds on the subject matter and on China's S&T establishment and current AI capabilities. They are: Rogier Creemers, Leiden Asia Centre; Graham Webster, Yale Law School Paul Tsai China Center; Paul Triolo, Eurasia Group; and Elsa Kania.
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CASI would like to thank the team at DigiChina, New America, and the Stanford Cyber Policy Center for making this available. See this and other translations at: