Last updated on April 24th, 2018 at 05:16 pm
To be classified as either, there has to be an element of high skill, requisite infrastructure to support innovation. To be a knowledge based economy is to adopt a way of producing by exploiting existing knowledge whilst leveraging on normative knowledge.
While phenomenon like the ethics of Artificial Intelligence continues to wrestle with Western and African ideals; how China navigates the intricacies of delicate relationship between science, technology and society should offer fresh perspectives on living in the 21st century.
21st century China is driven by the spirit of adventure that fired our ancestors. The pace of advancements in Chinese knowledge economy is determined to make old wonders part of everyday human domain and unearth new wonders to be part of the broth that brews the future.
In the Tizanhe-2, Qialong-2 and manned space odyssey China ticks all the boxes as a leading knowledge based economy. We will chart the rise of Chinese knowledge economy through a series of articles loosely themed around: Space exploration, Blue Economy, Gene Editing, Information Technology & AI. By having it all here (on a singular page) we should at the very least offer a wholesome, global take. A front row seat of the Chinese Century. Keep it here for regular updates.
Chinese Knowledge Economy: Space Exploration
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