Keyu Jin: What The World Can Learn From Chinese Innovation

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The world once looked down on Chinese tech – seeing it as a copycat ecosystem. That was once true; but while the world sneered, China was catching up: China now has the fastest supercomputer in the world, a digital payments market 50 per cent larger than that of the US, and the biggest issuer of new international patents. Seven of the top ten unicorns are Chinese.

Keyu Jin, a professor, London School of Economics, is researching globalisation and the Chinese economy, focusing on bridging western capital and a new breed of fastgrowing Chinese technology companies.

Experts and business leaders from the worlds of Energy, Money and Retail gathered at Kings Place, London, for WIRED Smarter on October 9, 2018. Discover some of the fascinating insights from speakers here:

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