in Silicon Valley and China.BEIJING, Jan. 10 (Xinhua) -- China's investment in research and development (RD) is expected to reach 1.54 trillion yuan (around 223 billion U.S. dollars) in 2016, accounting for 2.1 percent of GDP, according to Science and Technology Minister Wan Gang.Last year's RD expenditure was estimated to increase by 9 percent fro
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k itself is whether it has its own plan and strategy to move ahead in technology development. The State Council unveiled in
2017 a national AI guideline that calls for developing technology, research and educational resources in AI to achieve majo
r breakthroughs by 2025 and make China an AI innovation center by 2030. It is China's first comprehensive guideline on AI, an
d experts are deploying AI technologies in visual image recognition; visual tracking; rendezvous and docking in space; navigation and positioning; mission planning; and spacecraft fault diagnosis. In contrast, the Trump administration has proposed cutting the federal budget, which would eliminate some research programs that affect NASA, energy res
earch and climate and environmental science programs. "If the US is not willing to increase its investment in science, technology and AI, then no amount of measures agains