An aerial view of the Baihetan dam, which is expected to generate more than 60 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year after it opens in July. Photo: Getty Images An aerial view of the Baihetan dam, which is expected to generate more than 60 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year after it opens in July. Photo: Getty Images
An aerial view of the Baihetan dam, which is expected to generate more than 60 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year after it opens in July. Photo: Getty Images
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How China built the world’s largest arch dam in just four years

  • The speed of Baihetan’s construction has raised eyebrows, in a country where rapid infrastructure building is the norm
  • Project team says it would not have been possible without the extensive use of artificial intelligence

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An aerial view of the Baihetan dam, which is expected to generate more than 60 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year after it opens in July. Photo: Getty Images An aerial view of the Baihetan dam, which is expected to generate more than 60 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year after it opens in July. Photo: Getty Images
An aerial view of the Baihetan dam, which is expected to generate more than 60 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year after it opens in July. Photo: Getty Images
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