China has become the world’s biggest importer of crude oil and refined products, and it is using a free-flowing “filling” machine to sell its goods at a competitive price.
Bloomberg reports that the country is using an algorithm to predict demand for goods at its largest export hubs in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen, and to target the market with advertisements.
A “free-filling”, or “filler” machine, is an artificial intelligence system that helps a company make money by using artificial intelligence algorithms to predict what it will sell.
It was developed by Chinese tech giant Alibaba.
Alibaba is one of the biggest players in China’s tech sector, and has made money off the use of AI to develop the technology.
It has been able to profit from the technology by building a network of online shopping portals where sellers can order products online and have them delivered by courier to their homes.
The company has also created a platform where companies can pay a commission to its customers.
In China, Alibaba’s algorithm predicts demand for a particular product and uses the data to set up online shopping sites.
The technology has been deployed at some Chinese cities to try and keep up with rising demand.