[Photo]Xi Jinping, finally fate of the “self-defeating” or … China the United States of paper was expected “large collapse”On the first day of the World Population Intelligence (AI) Tournament, which opened in Shanghai on the 8th, a video message was sent with Mr. Robin Li, Chairman and CEO of China’s largest online company Baidu. Mr. Ma Huateng, CEO of Tencent, a major online service company, gave a lecture and said as follows. “We can contribute to solving transportation systems and various social problems by utilizing AI technology” (Mr. Lee), “We will accelerate research and development in collaboration with the government in the field of space development” (Mr. Ma). Apparently, it is a sign of “coordination” to the Chinese authorities, who have announced tightening regulations on Internet companies. There were signs. Didi, the largest online ride-hailing service in China, was listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on June 30, the day before the commemorative ceremony. The company has raised up to $ 5.1 billion in its initial public offering (IPO). But two days later, Internet regulator China Cyberspace Administration (CAC) began an on-the-spot investigation into Didi. In June, ahead of the Communist Party commemorative ceremony, CAC warned the company to wait for an IPO, but said it had decided to conduct a compulsory investigation because its intention was ignored.