Jack Ma of Alibaba: What's worrying is that giants stop innovation

2019-08-28 15:08:23 source: Zhejiang News (Liang Jin & Zhiyao Lv)


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On August 26, the presidents of Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent appeared jointly in the Summit Forum on Big Data Intelligence of the Smart China Expo 2019.


Jack Ma of Alibaba: What’s worrying is that giants stop innovation


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"In the era of intelligence, do not put energy in technology and equipment. Put our technology and equipment in human’s progress and feelings. Ma said, the era of intelligence should not deprive people of jobs, but enable people to do more valuable things.


"The Internet companies of China today have developed on innovation and market. We should not worry innovative enterprises turn into a giant. What’s worrying is giants stop innovation.” Ma said, enterprises like BAT have not increased in China, but decreased.


He said, it will be an era of intelligence in the coming three decades. We need intelligent policies in the era of intelligence. All intelligent enterprises should shoulder their responsibilities.


Pony Ma of Tencent: A game of singles turns into one of doubles


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"First, the main venue of industrial competition has shifted from a game of singles to one of doubles." Ma said, in the past commercial competition, single players fought alone around vertically industrial segments, while today's informationization, a greatest variant, has begun to blend into each industry and sector. The mode of industrial competition has changed. It can be said that the industrial competition has evolved into a game of doubles.


Robin Li: Artificial intelligence should be promoted steadily


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"In the past year, artificial intelligence has turned from cool and dazzling effects talked about by people into a consensus of the society. What we want to do is to promote the permeation of artificial intelligence into each industrial field." Robin Li said.




Executive Editor: Ke Ye

Translation: Ke Ye, Wenjin Chen

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