China News Service, Wuzhen, September 28 (Zhao Yejiao and Qian Chenfei) The 2021 World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit (hereinafter referred to as the conference) ended on the 28th in Wuzhen, Zhejiang.

Over the past three days, the guests at the conference have focused on the theme of "Towards a New Era of Digital Civilization-Working Together to Build a Community of Shared Future in Cyberspace", through online and offline platforms to discuss global Internet governance and share global Internet development experience.

  At the closing press conference of the conference held that day, Qi Xiaoxia, director of the International Cooperation Bureau of the State Internet Information Office, introduced the situation and results of the conference.

  "The 2021 World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit was held under the background of the continuous spread of the new crown pneumonia epidemic and the accelerated evolution of a century of changes. It attracted more than 2,000 guests from 96 countries and regions to participate offline and online, including foreign guests More than 600 people." Qi Xiaoxia said.

  Looking back at the conference, there were many bright spots. Activities such as the "Light of the Internet" Expo, the World Internet Leading Scientific and Technological Achievement Release Event, and the "Direct Wuzhen" Global Internet Competition were held to attract active participation from all parties at home and abroad.

For example, the "Light of the Internet" Expo focuses on the frontier dynamics of global digital technology, focusing on new technologies and products in the fields of cloud computing, big data, and artificial intelligence, as well as the latest applications of digital reforms in various industries such as the economy, society, and government. As a result, more than 300 well-known Chinese and foreign companies and institutions have participated in the exhibition.

The "Through Wuzhen" global Internet competition continues to attract thousands of projects from nearly 20 countries to participate, and it has increasingly become a high-end event that is widely concerned by the industry.

  It is worth mentioning that, on the basis of the above activities, this year also held for the first time this year the release and exhibition activities of “Working Together to Build a Community of Shared Future in Cyberspace”. Twelve representative projects were selected from more than 200 application cases in the five major areas of cyberspace international governance, and the results of digital cooperation were displayed on-site.

  The conference also released important documents such as "World Internet Development Report 2021", "China Internet Development Report 2021", and "Network Sovereignty: Theory and Practice (3.0) Edition", showing the important achievements of the global and Chinese Internet development in the past year.

  In addition, the conference insisted on opening the door.

The conference is co-organized by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the International Telecommunication Union, the World Intellectual Property Organization, and the Global Mobile Communications System Association. More than 70 national committees, international organizations, industry associations, well-known enterprises, and scientific research institutes participated in the co-organization. A total of 20 There are a sub-forum and 13 cafes, among which 15 conference activities are broadcast live to online guests at home and abroad in real time.