Tag: artificial intelligence

Deng Xiaoping’s Managed Growth Policies Have Readied China to Maximise The Benefits of the AI Revolution

At the end of the 1970s, 88% of China’s population lived in poverty. With more mouths to feed than food and other resources to comfortably go around, reformist leader Deng Xiaoping introduced temporary population planning measures which limited urban and some rural households to having one child. Although many reported […]

Robots and AI Help China to Fight The Trade War

As the United States continues to mount pressure on all of the world’s developing economies through a combination of sanctions, tariffs, negative speculation against emerging markets, rising interest rates and the consequently largely unstoppably bullish Dollar, it has become clear that much of the burden to correct the pangs caused […]

North Korea May Become a World Leader in Automation, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

There are many counter-intuitive advantages to a nation with an educated and vibrant workforce modernising its industry later than many other nations of a similar size. By the late 19th and early 20th century, German industry was in many respects far more advanced than its British, French or Belgian counterparts […]

Declining Populations Are Healthy in An Automated World – China’s One Child Policy Proved This

Some European and pan-western media outlets remain fixated on Europe’s declining population rates, something which is a trend throughout the EU except in countries where migration numerically compensates for the otherwise universal trends of shrinking populations. On the other side of the geopolitical spectrum, Russia and many former Soviet republics […]