Asia Digital Economics Cooperation Symposium

Asia Digital Economics Cooperation Symposium

The Asia Digital Economics Cooperation Symposium was held in Tokyo, Japan. Participants exchanged and discussed the current status and development trends of the digital economy in the region.
Chen Bohui, President of the Asia Academy of Digital Economics from Singapore, shared his views on the global popularity of ChatGPT and raised questions that everyone should contemplate.
Guests attending the symposium included:
Hong Zhijie, Technology Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy in Japan
Zheng Xinzhou, Staff member of the Technology Department of the Chinese Embassy in Japan
Shi Ming, Chief Representative of the Japan Representative Office of the China International Trade Promotion Committee
Jia Guangxin, Executive Director of the Japan-China Science, Technology and Culture Exchange Center
Li Ying, International Committee Member of the Japan Film Directors Association
Ma Xiaoping, Chairman of the Japan-China Economic and Cultural Exchange Center
Chen Huabei, President of the Japan-China Talent Association,among others
The symposium was initiated by the Asia Academy of Digital Economics with the aim of exchanging experiences in the development of the digital economy in various countries and exploring the prospects for cooperation in the digital economy, especially in Japan, Singapore, and China, in the current environment where the digital economy is increasingly valued. The Asia Academy of Digital Economics is a non-profit, non-governmental, and independent organization registered in Singapore. It is composed of outstanding scholars and scientists in the field of digital economy and is dedicated to promoting the important role of science and technology in enhancing social productivity and regional economic development by exchanging cutting-edge research results and advanced technological development.

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