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2021 Big Data Expo attracts more sci-tech achievements

english.guiyang.gov.cn|Updated: 2021-03-11


A promotional activity to attract more sci-tech achievements into the 2021 Big Data Expo is held in Chengdu. [Photo/guiyang.gov.cn]

A promotions activity to attract more advanced scientific and technological achievements to the upcoming 2021 Big Data Expo was staged on March 5 in Chengdu, capital city of Southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the organizers.

The activity was co-held by the organizing committee of the 2021 Big Data Expo and the China Internet Association. Representatives and specialists from the association, Chengdu's Tusstar Group and various companies attended.

At the event, project roadshows were presented by six big data enterprises from Sichuan province and Southwest China's Chongqing municipality. They displayed the achievements and practices of big data applied in artificial intelligence technology, online to offline, the internet of things, agricultural big data and the geographic information system.

According to an official report, the Big Data Expo which is held annually in Guiyang -- capital city of Southwest China's Guizhou province -- has served as a weather vane for the world's big data development as well as the most international and authoritative achievement exchange platform in the field.

From 2018, hundreds of excellent projects through this platform have enjoyed their release on a global scale and also had access to comprehensive marketing and promotion for the commercialization of their tech achievements.

The promotion activity is open to enterprises, institutions of higher education, scientific research institutions, organizations and individuals all over the world.

Sci-tech achievements covering cutting-edge technologies, new skills and business models -- once selected by experts -- will be shown during this year's expo and included in special proceedings.

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