Beijing: "China's No. 1 AI City" should strive to become "the world's No. 1 city for smart aging"

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Pay due attention to the coordinated and synergistic development of information technology, information technology, the information society and the ageing society in the light of technological trends. The information society brings with it new economic models and dynamics that interact with an ageing society and place new demands on social participation, social functioning and social goals. How to make the most of the increase in overall intellectual resources of intelligence brought about by the increased longevity of the population in an ageing society is a major proposition in the context of the ageing and information society. At the same time, it is important to assess comprehensively the various real and potential effects of technological advances, such as information technology, on an ageing society.

--Top Ten Issues in Ageing Society II: Ageing Society under Information Technology, Information Technology and Information Society

This article was first published in "Aging and the Future WeChat" by Li Jia, a researcher at the 30 People's Forum on Aging Society and the Center for the Study of Aging Society of the Pangu Research Institute.

On June 30, at the 22nd China International Software Expo, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Economy and Informatization released the White Paper on the Development of Artificial Intelligence Industry in Beijing. The white paper shows that as of May 8, 2018, there were 1,070 AI companies in Beijing, accounting for 26% of the country's 4,040 AI companies; of the 1,237 AI companies (including 31 listed companies) that have taken venture capital investments nationwide, 431 (including 12 listed companies) are in Beijing, accounting for 35%. Beijing - "China's No. 1 AI City" is a well-deserved title. The white paper also identifies the key areas of integration between AI and the real economy in Beijing as smart healthcare, smart home, smart city, new retail and driverless.

The absence of the key application area of artificial intelligence in Beijing, the "first city of AI in China", cannot be regretted.

In fact, Beijing is one of the most representative cities in China with an aging population, while being the "No. 1 AI city in China".

As of the end of 2017, Beijing had a total household aged population of 3.333 million, accounting for 24.5 percent of the city's total household population, of which 2.199 million, or 16.2 percent, were aged 65 years or older; 16.72 percent of the elderly population were aged 80 years or older, and 4.78 percent were disabled. This figure does not take into account the large number of "silver-haired northerners".

The huge numbers are accompanied by a rapid growth rate. According to the Beijing Civil Affairs Bureau, Beijing adds an average of more than 500 elderly people a day, including more than 120 people over 80 years old.

In Xicheng District, Beijing's core area, for example, as of the end of 2017, of the 1.44 million people in Xicheng District, more than 390,000 were elderly, accounting for 27.1 percent of the population, an increase of 0.6 percent from 2016. The number of elderly people in the district is equal to the total population of Mentougou District.

Artificial intelligence and smart aging are inextricably linked in the relevant policies and plans introduced by the state. In the "Guidance on Actively Promoting "Internet+" Action" issued by the State Council in July 2015, "promoting the development of intelligent health and elderly care industry" and "fostering the development of artificial intelligence emerging industries" were listed as one of the key actions to actively promote "Internet+".

Technology cannot be developed without the needs of people. This is especially true of artificial intelligence technology, which starts with "people" and ends with "people".

However. The absence of intelligent aging in the key area of integration of artificial intelligence and the real economy in Beijing also means that intelligent aging is a "blue ocean" and is a development opportunity for artificial intelligence companies. In the development process of the same direction and synchronization of the aging society and the intelligent society, how to meet the living rules and habits of the aging group can be the starting point of AI innovation; how to make use of the knowledge and experience of the aging group may be the key to AI application; and how to activate the vitality of the aging group should be the key to AI popularization.

And Beijing. While striving to become the "World's No. 1 AI City" from "China's No. 1 AI City", we should also strive to become the "World's No. 1 Smart Aging City". This is not only an objective need for Beijing, as a center of science and technology innovation, to make early arrangements to cope with the aging of the population based on its advantages in the highlands of science and technology, but also an appropriate action for Beijing, as a national political and cultural center and international metropolis, to give full play to its resource advantages and answer for other cities and even other countries on how to meet the aging society.

This article was first published on "Ageing and the Future WeChat"

Editor: Luo Zhen

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