Can China build a trade in artificial intelligence that rivals the best in the world? “South of the Huai River, a few geese might be seen via the rain and snow.” In the classical Chinese language, this verse is a breakthrough—not in literature, but in computing energy. The road, composed by a synthetic intelligence (AI) language mannequin known as Wu Dao 2.0, is indistinguishable in meter and tone from historic poetry. The lab that constructed the software program, the Beijing Academy of Synthetic Intelligence (BAAI), challenges guests to its website to differentiate between Wu Dao and flesh-and-blood eighteenth-century masters. Anecdotal proof means that it fools most testers.