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Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy"

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Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy"
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Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy"

2024-05-21 19:13 Last Updated At:19:28

Unlocking the future: explore the latest in artificial general intelligence with civil service college and peking university's joint programme

The Civil Service College (CSC), in collaboration with the Institute for Hong Kong and Macau Studies, Peking University, launched an in-depth programme on "one country, two systems" and contemporary China. As part of the programme, a lecture on the topic of "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy" was delivered by the Dean of the School of Intelligence Science and Technology of Peking University, Professor Zhu Songchun, at the CSC today (May 21).

Addressing the lecture, the Secretary for the Civil Service, Mrs Ingrid Yeung, said that the development of "new quality productive forces" will open up deeper and broader development space for Hong Kong. With its unique advantages of strong support of the motherland and close connections with the world under the "one country, two systems" principle, Hong Kong integrates closely with the international community. Coupled with its high standards in scientific research, the city attracts a wealth of research and professional talent, contributing to the country's high-quality development. Civil servants of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government should embrace Hong Kong's role in developing "new quality productive forces", and stay abreast of the innovation and technology development strategy of the country. They should also actively promote the high-quality development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and complement the implementation of the Hong Kong Innovation and Technology Development Blueprint, thereby enhancing Hong Kong's overall competitiveness and injecting impetus into its development.

Around 70 civil servants at the rank of Directorate Pay Scale Point 1 and 2 attended the programme. In addition, about 130 politically appointed officials and other directorate officers enrolled and sat in on the lecture via video conferencing.

The programme was organised to further strengthen training for senior officials and directorate civil servants. It consists of 12 monthly lectures covering a wide range of topics, such as the Communist Party of China and contemporary China, socialism with Chinese characteristics, the theory and practice of "one country, two systems", as well as developments in contemporary Chinese society, economy, national defence, technology, and more. Distinguished scholars from the Mainland will deliver the programme and engage in in-depth discussions with participants.

Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy"  Source: HKSAR Government Press Releases

Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy" Source: HKSAR Government Press Releases

Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy"  Source: HKSAR Government Press Releases

Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy" Source: HKSAR Government Press Releases

Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy"  Source: HKSAR Government Press Releases

Civil Service College and Peking University's joint programme holds lecture on "Artificial General Intelligence: Frontiers, Trends, Paradigm, and Strategy" Source: HKSAR Government Press Releases

DH alerts public to fraudulent EatSmart Restaurant Star + website and social media page

The Department of Health (DH) today (July 17) alerted members of the public to a suspected fraudulent website and Facebook page of the DH's "EatSmart Restaurant Star +" Campaign, and urged the public to avoid providing any personal information through hyperlinks from unknown sources at suspicious websites.

A spokesman for the DH said that the logo of the "EatSmart Restaurant Star +" Campaign and content of related activities were recently found being fraudulently used in the fake website and Facebook page (the link to thefraudulent website is restaurant-eatsmart.myfreesites.net/). The DH has reported the incident to the Police.

The spokesman reminded that the link to the website of the "EatSmart Restaurant Star +"Campaign is restaurant.eatsmart.gov.hk/; and the link to the Facebook page "星級有營食肆" which bears a blue tick verification badge is www.facebook.com/eatsmartrestaurant.dh/.

The spokesman stressed that the DH's social media page will not leave comments on its posts requesting event participants to click on any external links, nor request participants in any form to provide their bank or credit card information. Members of the public are urged to be discerning in distinguishing the authenticity of online information. They should not click on any hyperlinks from unknown sources with a view to forestalling losses. Those who have provided his/her personal information to the suspected fraudulent page or through relevant hyperlinks are advised to consider reporting the matter to the Police.

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