Despite a few recent setbacks, the two largest economies in the world are working together to develop new technologies and create the future.
China and the United States are cooperating in fields like artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, and self-driving cars. But the trade dispute and accusations of espionage might slow down that partnership.
From Los Angeles, CGTN’s Roee Ruttenberg has the details.
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Craig Allen, the president of the U.S.-China Business Council, talked about the current collaboration between the two countries.
- Amy Zalman is the CEO of Prescient, a consulting company on business and technology.
- Xiaochen Zhang is the president of FinTech4Good.
- Ray Wang is the principal analyst and founder of Constellation Research.
Policy experts and tech executives called for #Washington to realize the benefits of collaboration with China in innovation and warned of the cost of a trade war to the technology industry.
— China Daily (@ChinaDaily) October 10, 2018
The trade war didn't stop a Google and Huawei AI collaboration https://t.co/EaOfx49iCV
— Bloomberg (@business) April 1, 2019