China-Xi Inspection/Urban Governance

Xi calls for making major cities "smarter"

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Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, east China - March 31, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Exterior of Hangzhou City Brain, smart city platform aiming to improve city management
2. Interior of Hangzhou City Brain
3. Xi Jinping, Chinese president, also general secretary of Communist Party of China Central Committee, officials during inspection
4. Various of screens showing smart city platform
5. Various of Xi, other officials during inspection, screen showing smart city platform
6. Various of Xi speaking, people listening
7. Various of people applauding
8. People waving hands
9. Xi waving hands
10. People waving hands

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Chinese President Xi Jinping said major cities can become "smarter" by using big data, cloud computing and artificial intelligence technologies to modernize city governance.

Xi, who is also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, made the remarks while visiting the City Brain, a smart city platform aiming to improve city management, in Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province on Tuesday.

Hangzhou's City Brain project was launched in 2016 to help the city make plans in areas including public security, transportation and health care with the use of big data, cloud computing and artificial intelligence, among other cutting-edge technologies.

During his inspection, Xi visited a display of digital applications for city governance, disease control and traffic management. Xi approved of Hangzhou's innovative achievements in using the City Brain to improve the efficiency of traffic, culture, tourism and health care systems.

Xi pointed out that the modernization of the national governance system and capacity relies on the modernization of the city governance system and capacity.

Using big data, cloud computing, block chains, artificial intelligence and other cutting-edge technologies to improve city management, model and concept is the only way to go from digitalization to intelligence to smartness. Making cities smarter and more intelligent is the only way to modernize the city governance system and capacity, and it holds a promising future.

During the inspection, Xi expressed his hope that Hangzhou could keep pressing forward the construction of the City Brain, tapping into the potential of city development and speeding up the construction of a smart city to provide more experience that can be popularized nationwide.

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China-Xi Inspection/Urban Governance

Xi calls for making major cities "smarter"

Dateline : March 31, 2020

Location : Hangzhou,Zhejiang,China

Duration : 1'16

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Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, east China - March 31, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Exterior of Hangzhou City Brain, smart city platform aiming to improve city management
2. Interior of Hangzhou City Brain
3. Xi Jinping, Chinese president, also general secretary of Communist Party of China Central Committee, officials during inspection
4. Various of screens showing smart city platform
5. Various of Xi, other officials during inspection, screen showing smart city platform
6. Various of Xi speaking, people listening
7. Various of people applauding
8. People waving hands
9. Xi waving hands
10. People waving hands


Chinese President Xi Jinping said major cities can become "smarter" by using big data, cloud computing and artificial intelligence technologies to modernize city governance.

Xi, who is also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, made the remarks while visiting the City Brain, a smart city platform aiming to improve city management, in Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province on Tuesday.

Hangzhou's City Brain project was launched in 2016 to help the city make plans in areas including public security, transportation and health care with the use of big data, cloud computing and artificial intelligence, among other cutting-edge technologies.

During his inspection, Xi visited a display of digital applications for city governance, disease control and traffic management. Xi approved of Hangzhou's innovative achievements in using the City Brain to improve the efficiency of traffic, culture, tourism and health care systems.

Xi pointed out that the modernization of the national governance system and capacity relies on the modernization of the city governance system and capacity.

Using big data, cloud computing, block chains, artificial intelligence and other cutting-edge technologies to improve city management, model and concept is the only way to go from digitalization to intelligence to smartness. Making cities smarter and more intelligent is the only way to modernize the city governance system and capacity, and it holds a promising future.

During the inspection, Xi expressed his hope that Hangzhou could keep pressing forward the construction of the City Brain, tapping into the potential of city development and speeding up the construction of a smart city to provide more experience that can be popularized nationwide.

ID : 8139244

Published : 2020-04-01 20:06

Last Modified : 2020-04-02 17:07:27

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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