AI pox test, intelligent customs clearance. The stories of "buying and selling" that have been changed by the Internet
Xinhua News Agency, Shanghai, November 6, by wire: AI pox testing, intelligent customs clearance. The stories of "buying and selling" that have been changed by the Internet
Xinhua News Agency reporters Yao Yujie, Liu Hui and Zhou Rui
More than 500 jin of bluefin tuna, sweet and juicy golden pineapple, as thin as cicada-winged Spanish ham. At the second Expo, the most popular booth is still the clothing, food, housing and transportation that the people are concerned about. In addition to the vivid sensory experience, traditional "buying and selling" stories are being rewritten on the Internet.
At the first Expo, L'Or é al's makeup robots earned the attention of visitors. This year, the beauty giant's booth is also full of technology, through the AI technology to test the most suitable for their own hair color, professional testing equipment to understand the skin and experience the essence of personalized customization on the spot. What fascinates visitors is that there are a lot of new technology experiences that can be done at home.
For example, if you log in to Lifuquan's official flagship store on Taobao APP, follow the guide into the detection interface, and take three clear photos of the face at different angles with the front camera, you can get a "diagnostic report" of blackheads and acne. Then according to the skin test to get personalized product recommendation and whether to consult a professional doctor and so on.
"40 per cent of L'Or é al's sales come from ecommerce, and China is undoubtedly the fastest-growing region." Agon, chairman and chief executive of L'Or é al, said.
How to promote cross-border trade through e-commerce? How to make the business of small and medium-sized enterprises no longer difficult to do? How can the residents of western counties and even villages buy good and cheap goods? The second Hongqiao International Economic Forum, "the Digital Age and the Innovation and Development of Electronic Commerce" held on the 5th, talked freely about bridging the digital divide and promoting the intelligence, inclusiveness and inclusiveness of e-commerce. And steaming into the Expo scene, the real staged one by one by the Internet to change the "business" story.
At the first Expo, Panama Golden Pineapple, which has the reputation of "the sweetest pineapple in the world", successfully entered the Chinese market on its first "date", with a new sequel. After special examination and approval, 36 kilograms of Indonesian pineapple entered the second Expo Pavilion to test China's opportunities.
"the digitization and intelligence of the Internet has led to the intelligence of government public services. A series of reforms and innovations by the Chinese Customs in recent years have enabled the products of overseas small and medium-sized enterprises and farmers to enter Chinese households more quickly. " Zhang Yong, chairman and chief executive officer of the Alibaba Group, said: three years ago, Tmall's "Shuang11" 5 million single bonded imports took more than 50 hours to complete customs clearance, and it took less than five hours last year. Efficiency is expected to improve this year.
In Sanofi booth, the reporter personally experienced the "intelligent vaccination clinic." Before vaccination, the "smart front desk" will ask you if you have a cough, diarrhea, etc., to determine the health of the patient. After collecting information through face recognition, as long as the patient goes to the vaccine injection table, the corresponding vaccine will be distributed directly from the machine.
In the view of Sanofi CEO Han Paul, the intelligence of the Internet can improve the level of health care services for tens of thousands of families. "for example, through telemedicine, residents in small mountain villages can conduct early cancer screening; scan the QR code to confirm the authenticity of the drug."