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Elon Musk delivers virtual speech for WAIC
9th July 2020

 Tesla CEO Elon Musk talked about the future development of artificial intelligence technology during a virtual speech at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC), which opened in Shanghai today.

 
Musk said Tesla's China team has done impressive work and he looks forward to visiting the Shanghai factory as soon as possible.
 
"I am always amazed by how many smart and hardworking people that are in China and how much positive energy here is and that people are really excited about the future," Musk said during his speech at the conference.
 
Musk said that the US automaker is going to do original design and engineering in China for its autopilot function, an advanced driver-assistance system for Tesla.
 
In terms of full vehicle autonomy, Musk said he is confident that level five, or essentially complete autonomy, will happen. Musk said Tesla will have basic functionality for level-five autonomy complete this year.
Source: Shanghai Daily, JUly 9, 2020
Beijing's targeted measures against COVID-19 hold lessons for other countries: Bloomberg report
8th July 2020

 The "more targeted measures" deployed by Beijing that have quelled a flare-up of COVID-19 in less than four weeks "could hold lessons for other countries" in coping with a potential resurgence of the virus, said a report by Bloomberg News on Tuesday.

 
"Instead of resorting to a sudden across-the-board lockdown that risked reversing the gains made since China started reopening, Beijing deployed more targeted measures," including targeted testing and lockdowns, said the report.
 
Hesitant to fully seal off Beijing, the city relied on "targeted testing at unprecedented speed," it said.
 
Rather than confining everyone in Beijing to their homes, the authorities "just locked down apartment blocks and housing compounds close to the epicenter," said the report.
 
"Makeshift test sites were set up in neighborhoods where cases were found to assist those showing symptoms," the report added.
 
Rather than seal off the city's borders like in Wuhan, Beijing imposed quarantine requirements "at destinations instead," it said.
 
"China's strategy is to remain circumspect," said the report. "Even as infections taper, officials say that they won't ease the restrictions until Beijing has seen two weeks without any new cases."
 
Beijing on Monday reported no new confirmed domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases and one asymptomatic case, the municipal health commission said Tuesday.
 
From June 11 to July 6, the city reported 335 confirmed locally transmitted cases, of whom 320 were still hospitalized and 15 discharged from hospital after recovery. There were 31 asymptomatic cases under medical observation, the commission said.
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 2020
Rain disrupts college entrance test in Anhui county
7th July 2020

 This year's national college entrance exam which was scheduled to be held this morning has been delayed in Shexian County, Anhui Province, due to heavy rainstorms, China Central Television reported on Tuesday.

 
Continuous downpours have caused flooding and heavy traffic congestion in the county. Many teachers and students were late for the exam though boats were arranged to transport them.
 
By 10am, among over 2,000 test-takers in the county, only about 500 of them had arrived at exam sites in time, said Wang Tianping, director of Shexian's education bureau.
 
According to the local government, the test in Shexian will be postponed to a later date which has yet to be set. An afternoon test will be held as scheduled.
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 7, 2020
China renews yellow alert for rainstorms
6th July 2020

 China's national observatory on Monday renewed its yellow alert for rainstorms as incessant downpours continue to wreak havoc across vast stretches of the country.

 
From Monday morning to Tuesday morning, heavy rain and rainstorms are expected in the regions of Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangxi, Hubei, Hunan, Chongqing, Guizhou, Yunnan and Heilongjiang, the National Meteorological Center said.
 
Some of these regions will see more than 80 mm of hourly precipitation accompanied by thunderstorms and strong winds, the center said.
 
Local authorities are advised to remain alert for possible flooding, landslides and mudslides, and halting outdoor operations in hazardous areas is recommended.
 
China has a four-tier color-coded weather warning system, with red representing the most severe, followed by orange, yellow and blue.
 
Since June, continuous downpours have lashed large parts of southern China, and the waters of many rivers in the affected regions have exceeded warning levels.
 
China on Saturday upgraded its emergency response for flood control from level IV to level III amid the incessant downpours.
 
China has a four-tier flood control emergency response system, with level I representing the most severe.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 6, 2020

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