In a significant move to promote technological advancements and techno-industrialization, a new guideline was released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and six other ministries and agencies on January 29. China plans to support technological innovation, industrial cultivation, and safety governance in future industries through a government guideline, aiming to build incubators and pilot zones by 2025 and achieve breakthroughs in about 100 core technologies.
The Chinese government aims to position the nation as a leader in emerging sectors by incorporating cutting-edge technology through the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) such as quantum information, brain-computer interfaces, humanoid robots, and metaverse. The strategy calls for organizing local and national resources, assisting new businesses, and promoting global collaboration on research and development.
The six primary domains of manufacturing, information, materials, energy, space and health are the emphasis of the guideline. Additionally, a catalog for showcasing cutting-edge technology is suggested.
The guideline represents a major turning point in technological collaboration, openness, integration, network building, information sharing, partnership development and diversification strategy. China's future industry is expected to expand significantly because of many variables that will make the nation a major participant in the global market.