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Investment of KRW 40 trillion in AG infrastructure, life or death of “the best AG of all time” China

China has put its life and death into the successful hosting of the Asian Games.

The opening of the Hangzhou Asian Games, which was postponed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is now four days away. In this competition, which opens on the 23rd, more than 12,500 athletes from 45 countries will participate and compete in 40 major events, 61 sub-events, and 481 minor events to be the best in Asia. The Asian Games organizing committee is confident that “it will be the largest Asian Games with the largest number of events in history and the best Asian Games of all time.”

China risked its life and death to successfully host this competition in a situation where the economy was noticeably slowing down after the Corona era. The goal is to show the world the greatness of China. According to the Zhejiang Provincial Bureau of Statistics, Chinese authorities invested 224.8 billion yuan (about 40.83 trillion won) in Asian Games infrastructure, including stadium construction.

The ‘concept’ of this Asian Games promoted by China is ‘Smart Asian Games’. The organizing committee announced that artificial intelligence technology will be used in all aspects from medical support to spectator services. Smart robot dogs, cleaning robots, self-driving buses, and intelligent medical emergency support systems that help guide audiences will be showcased. In addition, ‘intelligent brains’ that detect audience density, temperature, and light were installed in 12 stadiums, including the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center, where the opening and closing ceremonies are held. The goal is to increase the accuracy of weather forecasts.온라인카지노

There is no temporary computer lab for this competition. All data processing, from ticketing to game information provision, will be done in Alibaba Cloud, a subsidiary of Alibaba.

The Korean team will participate in 39 sports at the Asian Games, which will run until October 8. The largest team ever, 1,140 players and officials, is scheduled to enter Hangzhou on the 20th. Our team’s goal is third place.

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