experience tr上海品茶微信ansformative technologies. Only then will they be able to tackle the challenges of the ‘Intelligent Age’.”
A futuristic vibe permeates the entire campus. One can witness Xi
aoyi, a teaching aid program, answer students’ questions, while Xiaohuang, a self-dr
iving cart, delivers packages to teachers, and Wukong, a service robot, attends to visitors’ needs.
AI has also been integrated into 36 classes, from classical Chinese literature to biology. Li said the classes are meant to s
toke the students’ curiosity and familiarize them with AI technologies and equipment.
The school also provides intermediate classes on programming languages and web
and上海品茶微信 app design, and advanced lessons in robotics and self-driving technology.
Song Yan, director of the school’s information center, said there a
re plans to have 30 percent of students take part in AI-related courses.
“We want our students and teachers to have ample time to freely explore and innovate with AI,” he said.
FTSE Russell, a leading global multi-asset index, data and analytics provider, said Satur
day that it will add Chinese A shares to its widely-tracked global benchmarks next month.
The addition will be officially effective after the close of share markets on June 24.
According to the plan of FTSE Russell, this move marks the first stage of incorporatin
g Chinese shares into its indexes. In this stage, 1,097 Chinese stocks, or 20 percent of A shares, will be bro
ught into the indexes, drawing an expected $10 billion from passive investors.
FTSE Russell will add 40 percent of A shares to its indexes in September, and another 40 percent in March next year.