China News Service, Beijing, May 26 (Liu Wenwen) The "Big Data Blue Book: China's Big Data Development Report No.6" released on the 26th shows that in 2021, China's digital competitiveness index will rank second among the G20 countries, with Beijing, Shanghai, The three-year ranking of Shenzhen's digital competitiveness score has shown a gradual upward trend.

  Since its launch in 2017, the Digital China Index (Group) proposed by the Blue Book has collected 517 indicators and accumulated more than 10,000 pieces of data.

This year's Digital China Index evaluation innovatively constructs six major indexes on the basis of the original relevant research, and conducts a comprehensive evaluation of the development of various fields of big data.

  In terms of digital competitiveness, the Blue Book pointed out that from 2019 to 2021, China ranked second in the overall digital competitiveness ranking of G20 countries for three consecutive years.

  Judging from the changing trend of the digital competitiveness index scores of 22 important cities in the world, the three-year digital competitiveness scores of Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen have shown a gradual upward trend, and the digital development has performed exceptionally well.

  In terms of digital economy, the Blue Book pointed out that the development of China's provincial digital economy presents an overall pattern of "1+5+N".

Among them, "1" means that Guangdong Province stands out, occupying an overall leading position; "5" means that Beijing, Zhejiang, Shanghai, Shandong, and Jiangsu provinces (cities) are competing for development, each with their own advantages and characteristics; "N" represents the overall development of the digital economy The level is lower than other regions in the above-mentioned 6 provinces (cities).

  In terms of digital rule of law, the Blue Book believes that China's digital rule of law has formed a pattern of comprehensive and competitive development.

Among them, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Beijing, Zhejiang, Guizhou and other regions rank in the first echelon of digital rule of law construction.

  In terms of digital security, China has basically formed a pattern of "one super power and six strong".

Among them, Beijing is far ahead, and Shanghai, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Hubei, Sichuan, and Zhejiang are ranked second to seventh.

  In terms of digital government construction, eastern China is generally stronger than the central and western regions.

Guizhou, Sichuan and other provinces in the west have increased the layout of digital government construction. With the advantage of latecomers, they are catching up with the leading provinces, and the digital government score ranks in the forefront.

  In addition, in terms of digital society, the eastern region of China is generally improving, and parts of the western region have a strong development momentum.

  It is reported that the blue book is a theoretical achievement of big data published by the Key Laboratory of Big Data Strategy and published by the Social Sciences Literature Publishing House.

As China's first big data blue book, the China Big Data Development Report was first compiled and published in 2017, and six volumes have been published by 2022.