On the morning of December 4, the "Smart Society Symposium" organized by the Ministry of Information and Industrial Development of the National Information Center was held in Beijing. Wang Qinmin, Vice Chairman of the Twelfth National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and Director of the National E-Government Expert Committee; Former Director of the Research Office of the State Council; Former Deputy Dean of the National School of Administration; Qiu Zeqi, Director of the China Society for Development Research Center of Peking University, Duan Yongchao, Executive Chairman of the Forum on 50 People in the Information Society, and Founding Partner of Beijing Weicao Zhiku, attended the meeting.
Shan Zhiguang, the person in charge of the research work and the director of the Ministry of Information and Industrial Development, reported the preliminary research ideas and basic viewpoints on the conceptual connotation, basic characteristics, development trends, conceptual models, target systems, and development paths of the smart society; The Deputy Chief of Towns, Strategic Planning Division of the Ministry of Personnel, Information Technology and Industrial Development, reported on the relevant background of the research and the progress of the preliminary work. The participating experts conducted in-depth discussions on the relevant research content of the smart society, and put forward valuable opinions and suggestions for the research work, pointing out the direction and providing professional and authoritative guidance for the further research.
Participating members of the National Information Center's Smart City Development Research Center and representatives of the Smart Society Research Base participated in this seminar.