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Software startup targets specific clients -- China's courts

Hanqing Yitong Technology speeds up work with robotic process automation and AI

Hanqing Yitong Technology's UAide automates operational processes with artificial intelligence fine-tuned for courts' internal processes. (Source photo by AFP/Jiji) 

BEIJING -- The digital wave is transforming every part of society, and China's courts are no exception.

According to China's Five-Year Plan for Information Construction at People's Courts, comprehensive infrastructure is being built to house the information systems of the country's courts. It will combine a private network for courts, an external private network, the internet, mobile internet and a confidential information network. It is aimed at connecting courts across the country. Some courts also have dedicated cloud systems.

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