|Live+| On the shores of the East China Sea and the East Lake, the big data industry is booming and raging.

From October 12th to 14th, the 3rd Digital China Construction Summit will be held in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, with the theme "Innovation Drives Digital Transformation, Intelligence Leads High-quality Development".

  "In today’s world, information technology innovation is changing with each passing day, digitization, networking, and intelligence are developing in depth. They are playing an increasingly important role in promoting economic and social development, promoting the modernization of national governance systems and governance capabilities, and meeting people’s growing needs for a better life. Role." In 2018, when the first Digital China Construction Summit opened, General Secretary Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter.

  Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, with the rapid development and wide application of information technology, China's digitalization process has expanded to various fields such as government affairs, people's livelihood, and real economy. "Digital agriculture", "digital campus", "digital community"... China's achievements are blooming everywhere, and jointly outline the grand blueprint for digital China.

Big data + people's livelihood "number" do something

  Big data is big data for everyone.

People make phone calls, go to Weibo, chat QQ, scan WeChat, read, shop, see a doctor, travel... all the time, new data is constantly being generated, "stacking" data buildings.

  Looking back 20 years ago, when the "digital earth" and "digital society" were still in the conceptual stage, Xi Jinping, then governor of Fujian Province, forward-looking proposed the strategic concept of building a "digital Fujian", and set a good start for the construction of "digital Fujian" Heading, setting the tone, and setting up the game, planted the "seeds" of "Digital China".

  In March 2002, Xi Jinping (then the deputy secretary of the Fujian Provincial Party Committee and Governor of Fujian Province) visited the Fujian Provincial Space Information Engineering Research Center.

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  In 2002, a community in Fujian Province set up the province's first electronic reading room for community residents, and the first batch was equipped with 10 computers.

Xi Jinping is very concerned about whether the Internet will be accessible and what information residents can see on the Internet.

He observed very carefully how an old man went online and asked "Is it fast to go online?"

  At the same time, a remote self-service utility bill payment system was also installed on a pilot basis in Fujian.

Xi Jinping carefully understood how to read electricity meters remotely and asked "Is it accurate?"

At that time, the network bandwidth was only about 2 megabits per home, and the staff answered that they needed to cooperate with manual meter reading and verification.

Xi Jinping asks them to refrain from ostentation and show-offs, and to achieve the "four closenesses" in a down-to-earth manner, and to provide information services for the people.

  "Big data can do a lot in safeguarding and improving people's livelihood." General Secretary Xi Jinping pointed out in the second collective study of the implementation of the national big data strategy by the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee. "We must adhere to the people-centered development thinking and promote the'Internet +Education, "Internet + medical", "Internet + culture", etc., let people run less errands, run more data, and continuously improve the level of equalization, inclusiveness, and convenience of public services."

  Nowadays, big data is widely used in people’s lives: in convenience stores, you can pay with a swipe of your face; at home, you can work with a mobile phone and a computer; when you go out to do business, data replaces manual "running", saving a lot of time and cost... …

  In 2020, the new crown pneumonia epidemic will strike.

On February 10th, General Secretary Xi Jinping said when investigating and guiding the prevention and control of the new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic in Beijing: “We must use big data and other means to strengthen the traceability and monitoring of the epidemic.”

  Real-time big data report on the epidemic situation, tracking the dynamics of people contacted by the disease, and intelligently dispatching medical protection resources...In this year's epidemic prevention and control, people use big data to work together and scientifically prevent the epidemic.

  "Using big data to promote the protection and improvement of people's livelihood", in General Secretary Xi Jinping's strategic layout, the people have always been the protagonist.

It is Xi Jinping's consistent goal to promote the "Digital China" strategy to make the people feel the convenience brought by informatization and to combine the promotion of informatization with the improvement of public service levels.

Big data + economy ignites "new engine"

  The road of development has no end, only a new starting point.

  In the DT (big data) era, data is becoming a means of production.

Any industry and field will produce valuable data, and statistics, analysis, and mining of these data will create unexpected value and wealth.

  On June 17, 2015, General Secretary Xi Jinping came to Guiyang Big Data Plaza.

He walked into the Big Data Application Exhibition Center to listen to the development plan and actual application of the big data industry in Guizhou.

Guizhou Province used the development of big data as a breakthrough point to promote the exploration of economic and social development, which left a deep impression on the General Secretary.

The general secretary said to the local cadres: "I understand, the development of big data in Guizhou does make sense."

  Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, whether it is the G20 summit or the World Internet Conference, whether it is the “Belt and Road” International Cooperation Summit Forum or the 19th National Congress of the Party, General Secretary Xi Jinping has repeatedly praised the "digital economy".

  In 2020, affected by the new crown pneumonia epidemic, international economic and trade activities will be severely affected, and my country's economic development will face new challenges.

In the face of the complex economic situation, General Secretary Xi Jinping advocated looking for opportunities in crises and turning crises into opportunities. “We must seize the opportunities given by industrial digitization and digital industrialization, accelerate the construction of new infrastructure such as 5G networks and data centers, and lay out the digital economy. Strategic emerging industries such as, life and health, new materials, and future industries, vigorously promote technological innovation, focus on strengthening new growth points, and form new development momentum."

  Since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the digital economy represented by the Internet has sprung up, and new models such as live streaming, online education, and cloud tourism have accelerated their popularity.

The epidemic has enabled the digital industry to seize opportunities, and traditional industries have also been promoted to digitally transform and upgrade to intelligence.

According to the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, my country's digital economy will reach 60 trillion yuan in 2025.

  "Crisis and opportunities always coexist. Overcoming a crisis is an opportunity." In the post-epidemic era, General Secretary Xi Jinping led China's economy to build a new pattern of development.

Big Data + Country Helps "Bring the Wind and Waves"

  Big data is big data for everyone, big data for each company, and big data for the entire country.

  In the DT era, big data is vigorously promoting the modernization of the national governance system and governance capabilities, and has increasingly become the driving force of social management and the "high-level staff and high-level participants" of government governance.

At the same time, big data is also changing the comprehensive national strength of countries and reshaping the future international strategic landscape.

  In July 2013, General Secretary Xi Jinping pointed out when inspecting the Chinese Academy of Sciences: “Big data is the'free' resource of the industrial society. Whoever has the data has the initiative.”

  In February 2014, at the first meeting of the Central Network Security and Informatization Leading Group, General Secretary Xi Jinping emphasized: “Network information flows across borders. Information flow leads the flow of technology, capital, and talent, and information resources are increasingly becoming Important factors of production, social wealth, and the amount of information available have become important indicators of a country’s soft power and competitiveness."

  In view of the huge potential impact of big data, many countries and international organizations regard big data as a strategic resource, and make forward-looking arrangements in frontier technology research and development, open data sharing, privacy and security protection, and talent training.

  According to relevant research reports of China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, in 2018, the digital economy of the United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany has occupied an absolute dominant position in GDP.

At the same time, various international organizations are obliged to shoulder the burden of promoting the development of the global digital economy.

The United Nations released the "Digital Economy Report 2019" to examine the development trend of the global digital economy. International organizations such as the G20 and the BRICS have made the digital economy an important topic. Through a series of fruitful documents, they have jointly promoted the global digital economy to usher in a broader development space.

  On the evening of September 14, 2020, President Xi Jinping held a meeting in Beijing with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President of the European Council Michel, and President of the European Commission Von der Lein in Beijing. The meeting was held by video.

  "Go alone fast, everyone walks far."

In the “cloud diplomacy” under the epidemic, President Xi Jinping held a meeting with the leaders of Germany and the European Union, advocating the establishment of a China-EU digital partnership.

  "Accelerating the construction of Digital China is to adapt to the new historical orientation of my country's development, fully implement the new development concept, cultivate new kinetic energy with informatization, promote new development with new kinetic energy, and create new brilliance with new development." The era of big data embraces big data. , General Secretary Xi Jinping made forward-looking planning based on a strategic vision, and pointed out the direction for the network power.

  (CCTV Network of China Central Radio and Television)