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New Technologies to Debut at 6th World Internet Conference[Oct 21, 2019]

New Internet products and applications will make their debut at the 6th World Internet Conference, which will be held from Oct. 20 to 22 in the river town of Wuzhen. A five-day exposition will open on Oct. 18, showcasing the latest technological achievements in various fields such as cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, industrial Internet, e-commerce and digital cultural media.

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China's First Homegrown Polar Icebreaker to Start Its Maiden Voyage[Oct 15, 2019]

China's first domestically made polar icebreaker Xuelong 2, or Snow Dragon 2, will start its maiden voyage to the Antarctic from the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen Tuesday. Xuelong 2 will set sail on the country's 36th Antarctic expedition, which will have a 413-member team aiming to grasp the influence of Antarctic changes on the world, improve China's ability to cope with climate change and increase participation in Antarctic global governance.

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China's Icebreaker Xuelong Completed Overhaul, Ready for Antarctic Expedition[Oct 15, 2019]

China's research icebreaker Xuelong, or Snow Dragon, has returned to Shanghai after a recent complete overhaul, ready for the country's upcoming 36th Antarctic expedition. The vessel will set off on Oct. 22, together with Xuelong 2, China's first domestically built polar icebreaker.

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Chinese, U.S. Scientists Develop New Refrigeration Technology by Unwinding Fibers[Oct 14, 2019]

An international team led by Chinese, American researchers developed a new refrigeration method based on twisting and untwisting fibers. The study published in the journal Science described the new strategy that can substantially increase the freezing efficiency, which is better than that of traditional air compressors.

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Hong Kong Researchers Develop World's 1st AI-enabled Portable Blood Test Instrument[Oct 12, 2019]

The research team of the Chinese University of Hong Kong has developed the world's first "AI-enabled Portable Quantitative Phase Microscope (QPM) for Blood Testing" that provides low-cost, fast and high efficiency blood testing technology. In the future, the team will develop other artificial intelligence models of this portable quantitative phase microscopy technique that can be used to distinguish red blood cells and all other blood cell types, hoping to detect cancer cells in peripheral blood eventually.

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Chinese Scientists Develop AI-powered Cancer Diagnosis System[Oct 10, 2019]

Chinese scientists have developed an artificial intelligence-powered system for diagnosing upper gastrointestinal cancers through the analysis of endoscopic imaging data. The system, based on data from more than 50,000 endoscopic images of upper gastrointestinal cancer patients and over 120,000 endoscopic images of non-patients, has registered a 96 percent accuracy rate in diagnosing upper gastrointestinal cancers and 90 percent accuracy in diagnosing such cancers at an early stage.

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