In some senses, this notion of a shared future points in two directions. For Chinese leaders, it is a declaration of legitimate interests – as a fifth of humanity, as the world's second largest economy, as the world's third largest country in terms of size, China has to have a major voice, and be a large stakeholder, in discussing, framing, and then contributing to managing and solving global issues. In that sense, the notion of a statement of the obvious. A global issue will need China to be involved in it, otherwise it isn't global. And for that reason alone, China has a legitimate right to express its opinion, and to be heard. We have to remember that in some parts of modern history, that wasn't the case. China was listened to and wasn't heard. Now it certainly is.
不仅仅是机器人，还有许多在科幻小说中才见过的东西，以难以想象的速度，一茬一茬地冒了出来。谷歌眼镜架在了鼻子上，3D打印机能够 “印”出一座房子，虚拟货币开始在全世界流通，用《科幻世界》杂志社编辑杨枫的话说， “想象力在跟现实赛跑”。
美国80后被称之 “最吝啬的一代”，堪比中国的 “�潘俊薄Ｋ�们不像父辈那样把买房、拥有汽车视为实现梦想的基础，而是把位退休养老攒钱作为首要的家庭财物安全目标，减少盲目消费、不当债奴也成为80后生活的一大特征。
Despite losing the second game with Google's artificial intelligence program AlphaGo on Thursday, Ke Jie, the 19-year-old No 1 human Go player in the world, earned praise from experts and fans for his "incredible" performance.
"The human brain is the most complex object in the universe," he said. "Both the brain and AI involve big data training, but the brain develops its neural network organically with significant structural changes over decades, whereas AI's learning structure is static and requires a huge amount of data and energy."
The biggest applause came from the rival AlphaGo, whose evaluation system said Ke played "perfectly" for about the first 50 moves of the game, which was held in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province.