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t has embraced the latest smart technologies to improve passenger experience, an official a
t the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said at a news conference on Thursday.
Self-service check-in kiosks and baggage drop machines will have 86 percent and 76 percent coverage, respec
tively, at the new Beijing airport, said Zhang Rui, vice-director of the Airport Department of the CAAC.
Smart technologies have been deployed in security check lanes for a fast and smooth passage, he said.
Passengers can enjoy a completely paperless, self-service boar
ding experience, from entry into the terminal building to the boarding gate, Zhang said.
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Similar projects are also in the works in the US, such as Gradescope, a
n online grading application developed at the University of California, Berkeley, that clai
ms to be able to grade exams, homework and code assignments in half the usual time.
Beijing National Day School is arguably the most futuristic middle sc
hool in China. The 67-year-old institution has no head teachers and no set classrooms.
It also offers different schedules for every one of its 4,500 students, who can choose from more than 400 different classes.
What turns this administrative nightmare into an enticing reality is
the power of AI, which is woven into the very fabric of the school, from grading papers to deli
vering packages to personalizing class schedules, Li Xigui, the principal, told Xinhua News Agency.
“We want AI technologies to be ou
r guiding light, and to train a new generation of chi
ldren who can collaborate and compete with robots in the future,” he said.
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ls, integrating artificial intelligence in schoolwork and administration, and trai
ning teachers and students to become more proficient with the technology are cr
ucial for the success of AI-infused education, experts said.
During the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Educat
ion in Beijing last month, Chen Baosheng, minister of education, said the use of AI tec
hnologies in education can fundamentally change the spatial and ti
me requirements, as well as the supply of educational resources.
“This allows the creation of large-scale, personalized, multifaceted education for people,” Chen
said, adding that China is investing a wealth of resources and manpower to make the goal a reality.
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ts per kilometer for each day, below the 7,000-visit bottom line required by the National Deve
lopment and Reform Commission, the nation’s top economic planner, as early as 2015.
More global top companies will participate in and expand their exhibition area du
ring the second China International Import Expo, financial news outlet Yicai reported.
The expo, which will be held in Shanghai again this November, will al
so have thousands of companies taking part for the first time, the report said.
“We will expand our display area from 200 square meters to 300 square meters this year, which shows our confidence in the Chi
nese market,” said Eric Rondolat, CEO of Dutch lighting company Signify, formerly known as Philips Lighting.