China Is "Massively Robotizing": In Two Years They Will Be Convincing World Leaders

This is evidenced by a document of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technologies of that country, which has reached the public

by Sededin Dedovic
China Is "Massively Robotizing": In Two Years They Will Be Convincing World Leaders
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The Chinese hold a strong conviction that they are on the brink of a significant breakthrough in the domains of artificial intelligence, robotic sensors, motion control, and the interaction between machines. This belief is not unfounded, considering the remarkable strides they have made in technological innovation over the years.

In the contemporary landscape of technology, a multitude of companies are actively engaged in the development of robotic technology. What sets this era apart is China's proactive role in the development of humanoid robots.

Unlike their predecessors, Chinese companies do not conceal their aspirations to become global leaders in the fields of artificial intelligence and robotics. This commitment is substantiated by a recent document made public by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China.

The document reveals China's intention to commence mass production of advanced humanoid robots within the next two years, marking a significant milestone in the industry's evolution. As the world's most populous nation, China is resolute in its mission to involve as many companies as possible in the robotics industry, with the goal of setting new standards and benchmarks for the world to follow.

It is with this collective effort that they firmly believe they will attain significant breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, robotic sensor technology, motion control, and machine interactions within the next two years.

The document from the Chinese ministry, while not specifying the detailed plans and strategies for implementation, underscores the concerns that the mass production of robots could potentially disrupt the market, similar to the transformative impact computers and smartphones had in the past.

Moreover, an independent "think tank" released a report earlier this year, revealing that China has taken the lead over the United States in an impressive 37 out of 44 areas of modern technology development and application, spanning defense technologies, robotics, artificial intelligence, and even quantum computing.

Notably, the publication of the document from the Chinese Ministry has had a tangible impact on the stock market. The value of shares in companies involved in robotic technology has experienced a notable upswing, signaling the growing investor confidence and enthusiasm for this rapidly advancing sector. As we look ahead, the world can expect significant contributions from China to shape the future of technology.