China Aerospace Studies Institute
/ Published March 19, 2021
Not a CASI product, but of great use to the China research community, the Stanford-New America DigiChina Project is a collaborative effort to understand China’s digital policy developments, primarily through translating and analyzing Chinese-language sources. Focuses include data governance, artificial intelligence, internet law, and technology in geopolitics.
We have included links to many of their translations, but encourage you to visit their main website at https://cyber.fsi.stanford.edu/content/gtg-digichina for the most recent translations and analysis. We are thankful to DigiChina for allowing us to repost the New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan, which is of particular interest to the CASI community.
Translation: Xi Jinping: 'Strive to Become the World’s Primary Center for Science and High Ground for Innovation'
Translation: Chinese Authorities Emphasize Data Privacy and Big Data Analysis in Coronavirus Response
Translation: China's 'Cybersecurity Threat Information Publication Management Measures (Draft for Comment)'
Translation: Chinese Rules for Managing Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities Published in Draft Form
Translation: Chinese AI Alliance Drafts Self-Discipline 'Joint Pledge'
Translation: Chinese Expert Group Offers 'Governance Principles' for 'Responsible AI'
Translation: New Draft Rules on Cross-Border Transfer of Personal Information Out of China
Translation: New Draft Rules for 'Critical Network Equipment Security Testing' in China
Translation: Cybersecurity Law of the People’s Republic of China (Effective June 1, 2017)