Josephine Wolff Assistant Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
Feb 06 , 2018
China and the U.S. are two of the only nations in the world with sufficiently strong, stable domestic tech sectors that they can afford to block major overseas competitors without fear of significantly undercutting the services available to their own citizens. But if the Chinese government has been willing to let at least some foreign firms compete with its domestic champions in the tech sector, it’s not clear that the same is true of the U.S. government.
Jan 17 , 2018
Google has quietly opened a third office in China, highlighting its growing hardware and ad businesses in the country even as the US tech company’s signature search engine remains blocked there.
Li Zheng Assistant Research Fellow, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
Jan 16 , 2018
China and the US’ differing views concerning cybersecurity signal areas of potential conflict between the two countries in future. Nonetheless, they also share a common vision.
Jan 15 , 2018
This week, China's homegrown tech giants Tencent, Alibaba and Baidu took the competition to the U.S., showcasing the best of their innovation at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Ruoxi Bi MA Candidate, New York University
Jan 11 , 2018
Is the repeal of net neutrality in the U.S. moving the country closer to a Chinese system of internet monitoring?
Jan 10 , 2018
Chinese inventors received 28% more patents between 2016-2017, Increase in innovation is part of Chinese government strategy.
Lu Chen Consultant, United Nations
Jan 08 , 2018
The key to which country currently takes the lead in the global tussle in AI and other technological forefronts can be boiled down to some fundamentals, while China is pushing the boundaries in this Sputnik Moment, it still lags behind the U.S. in this global tussle.
Lu Chuanying Research Fellow, Shanghai Institute for Int'l Studies
Dec 29 , 2017
Cybersecurity has been a complicated and thorny issue in China-US relations ever since the Obama administration. How will China and the US manage cyberspace under Trump Era?
Dec 28 , 2017
One of China’s largest cities will allow residents to link their national identity cards to the ubiquitous mobile messaging and social-media app WeChat using facial recognition, further enmeshing Chinese consumers into Tencent’s technology ecosystem.
Dec 27 , 2017
China is working to have its BeiDou navigation and positioning system included in the International Civil Aviation Organization and other international systems.