NPC deputy shares how AI can help fight virus globally
How has artificial intelligence changed our lives? iFlytek's CEO, Liu Qingfeng, shared how artificial intelligence tools help fight the novel coronavirus and improve other aspects in people's daily lives.
According to the CEO, the iFlytek machine passed the national health license test in 2017, which means its AI machine can act as a general practioner in daily work.
Up to now, more than 59 million telephone follow-up calls in China used iFlytek AI technology.
The translation AI machine can support 58 different languages and more than 20 Chinese dialects.
Tech firm iFlytek, headquartered in Hefei National High-tech Industry Development Zone, is committed to developing technologies related to speech and language processing and has emerged as a leader in its field.