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GTCOM joins the International Public Opinion Research Cooperation Alliance, and AI big data empowers China's international communications

NewsSource:GTCOMDate: 29 December 2018views:83

The event billed as "Contemporary China and World Forum: China in the 2018 International Public Opinion," hosted by the Institute of Contemporary China and World Studies of the China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration, being organized by the Shenyang Municipal Publicity Department and the Shenyang Municipal People's Government Press Office, was held in Shenyang on December 28, 2018, where the establishment of the International Public Opinion Research Cooperation Alliance was announced. Guo Weimin, a member of the ministerial meeting of the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China and deputy director of the State Council Information Office, Zhang Fuhai, a member of the standing committee of the CPC Liaoning Provincial Committee and director of the Provincial Publicity Department, Gao Anming, deputy director of the China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration, Feng Shouquan, a member of the standing committee of the CPC Shenyang Municipal Committee and director of the Municipal Publicity Department, and other leaders attended the forum and delivered speeches. They presented certificates to 24 alliance sponsors, including the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Xinhua News Agency, People's Network, Peking University, Tsinghua University, Tencent, and Global Tone Communication Technology Co., Ltd. (GTCOM). Ms. Elena Zhang, vice president of GTCOM, attended as a representative of the alliance sponsors. She shared the international communication supported by language technology and big data using the company's specific cases at the forum under the banner "New Vision of International Public Opinion in the Context of New Technology and New Media."

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The Contemporary China and World Forum -- China in the 2018 International Public Opinion


More than 150 guests from government, media, universities, think tanks, companies, and other departments and institutions discussed the characteristics and application prospects of the new situation as well as the changes and trends of international China-related public opinion and the influence of new-media development on public opinion. They proposed measures and suggestions from the theoretical and practical levels to enhance the ability of international public-opinion research to serve the overall interests of the country's work and thereby steer international public opinion.


According to Mr. Guo Weimin, given the fact that the international community is highly focused on China and expects to hear from it, it is more important than ever that effective research on international public opinion be conducted. Researchers in the field of international public opinion should strive to tell a better Chinese story, spread the Chinese voice and present a more stereoscopic, vivid image of China. As to the question of how to conduct research on international public opinion under the new situation, Mr. Guo stressed the use of new technologies, particularly big data, cloud computing and artificial intelligence.

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Guo Weimin, a member of the ministerial meeting of the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China and deputy director of the State Council Information Office, delivers a speech

At the establishment ceremony of the International Public Opinion Research Cooperation Alliance, 24 organizations from the government, media, universities and enterprises--including the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Xinhua News Agency, People's Network, Peking University, Tsinghua University, Tencent and GTCOM--jointly issued a declaration on the establishment of the alliance. Guo Weimin; Zhang Fuhai; Gao Anming; Gong Yanchun, deputy director of the Foreign Information Bureau of the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China; Li Lining, director of the Institute of Contemporary China and World Studies of the China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration; and Xu Shaoda, deputy director of the Publicity Department of the CPC Liaoning Provincial Committee, along with Feng Shouquan and other leaders presented certificates to the members of the alliance.

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Establishment ceremony of the International Public Opinion Research Cooperation Alliance

Ms. Zhang also attended the parallel forum on "New Vision of International Public Opinion in the Context of New Technology and New Media," where she delivered a speech titled "International Communication Supported by Language Technology and Big Data." In that talk she introduced GTCOM's unique advantages with respect to cross-language big-data analysis, in addition to which she demonstrated the new capability of research on international public opinion as empowered by big-data analysis, knowledge-graph building, document translation, video analysis and other technological applications. Through specific cases, she elucidated the means to achieve efficient research on international public opinion under technical support.

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Elena Zhang, vice president of GTCOM

Given the improvement of its comprehensive national strength, China has taken its place at the center of the world stage. Amid this new situation and the rapid development of information technology worldwide, the study of international public opinion has been met by new opportunities and challenges. GTCOM's cutting-edge exploration in the fields of artificial intelligence and cross-language big data has been applied to international public opinion analysis reports and system building. In the future, the company will accelerate the development of pioneering technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence and language technology in international public-opinion research, and contribute to the process of telling a good Chinese story, spreading the voice of China and displaying a stereoscopic, vivid image of China, doing so while standing strong as a Chinese technology enterprise.



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