n.1.Evolution of one's self; development by inherent quality or power.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a leading provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the mobile internet, today shared its insights on self-evolution network , with You Yan, Vice President of ZTE Corporation, delivering a keynote speech "AI Empowers Network Evolution" at CUBE-AI, Future Intelligence-China Unicom Network AI Platform and Innovation Technology Conference during MWC Shanghai 2019.
In this speech, You Yan introduced the concept of self-evolution network and proposed to achieve network evolution with the principle of hierarchical close-loop, hierarchical evolution, and modularization of AI capabilities, thereby helping China Unicom build an intelligent, agile, intensive and open CUBE-Net 2.0+ network.
Each level offers unique advice based on the 3P's - namely, philosophy, philanthropy and practise and also includes guided suggestions of books to read for self-evolution.
It was necessary to refrain from immediate action to focus first on the humble yet deeply rewarding task of self-evolution. The community became imbued with the possibility that we are experiencing the emergence of the next stage in human evolution within ourselves, personally (Hubbard, 2001).
Clarke traces the evolution of Marsden's thought as it is reflected in her different journals, and it is finally his three-part argument that she moved from a "postsuffragist feminism" to a "postfeminist anarchism," that this development negotiated the shift in scientific culture from evolutionary vitalism to thermodynamics, and that the resulting discursive amalgam of scientific, social, and political ideologies enabled in turn the construction of the "individualism of pure self-evolution" so crucial to much of high modernist literary production.