To facilitate Taiwan’s high-tech startups to join the global market, Dr. Yu-Chin Hsu, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Science and Technology, will once again lead a delegation of 44 startup companies to attend CES 2019 in Las Vegas, the U.S. in January.
McKinsey & Company’s Taipei office to triple in size, launches regional IoT hub
Chang said there are emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G, and these tech innovations cannot be isolated from the computing IC serves as a base for.
CTA to facilitate joint ventures in AI, IoT, healthcare
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and a variety of digital applications will drive the continual prosperous development of Taiwan’s semiconductor industry.
Microsoft Corp yesterday said it aims to help foster 40 local start-ups within three years of the launch of its first accelerator program in Taiwan, which is to focus on artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
The lab will be dedicated to the research and development of smart consumer products
Taiwan and India will move to deepen their cooperation in the research of technologies related to artificial intelligence (AI), including the Internet of Things (IoT), Taiwan's representative office in India said Monday.
2019 Smart City Summit & Expo (SCSE), Asia's largest annual smart city tradeshow, will be held at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center in Taipei, Taiwan, March 26 to 29. Jointly organized by Taipei City Government
Taiwan startup Youuxi, a digital marketing cloud service provider, has launched an AI-based copywriting platform designed to help businesses or ad agents save costs on seeking marketing channels
AI is an opportunity for international cooperation and can break the shackles of business says Ethan Tu
The first Taiwan International AIoT Show kicks off Tuesday and will run through Friday at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center
At Thursday’s weekly meeting of the Cabinet, Premier Lai Ching-te received a briefing by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) on the execution and planning of the artificial intelligence (AI) semiconductor processes as well as the research and development of systems on a chip.
The two centers will start operating in early 2019
The National Museum of Taiwan Literature in Taiwan’s southwestern city of Tainan has launched a software package for a smartphone-based tour guide app as part of a nationwide push for "cultural equality" and accessible services, according to a news release posted by the Ministry of Culture.
A team of Taiwan researchers and an IC design house have jointly unveiled a deep-learning image-recognition AI chip whose production cost could be as low as only US$1.
AIdea unlocks potentials to developing AI solutions in areas spanning commerce, health, environment, and more
Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has announced it will work with Taiwan AI Academy to offer artificial intelligence technology short-term training for various industries, with the first course to begin on September 29.
The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI, 工研院) announced Wednesday that manufacturers, academics and researchers could begin using its Artificial Intelligence co-creation platform Aldea to solve AI problems.
Taiwan next month will host the “2018 Global Entrepreneurship Congress Plus Taipei”
Taiwan AI Startup Appier has announced that it will move to acquire India marketing automation startup QGraph as a wholly-owned subsidiary to be renamed AIQUA
U.S. artificial intelligence (AI) company Graphen signed a letter intent to invest in Taiwan with Taiwan's Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs, Kung Ming-hsin (龔明鑫) in New York on July 31
The 2018 Digital Innovation Forum (DIF Taipei) kicked off Thursday at the Taipei International Convention Center, with the world’s first android citizen, Sophia
Technology giant Microsoft is cooperating with three universities in Taiwan to speed up the training of talent in Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Chen Liang-gee (陳良基), Minister of Science and Technology said that Amazon plans to set up an artificial intelligence (AI) research center in Taiwan, off the back of similar actions by Microsoft and IBM.
Hsinchu Science Park (新竹科學工業園區) will put on an industry-university conference, drawing in participation from some of Taiwan's most successful tech companies and a Harvard professor to improve artificial intelligence (AI) technology in Taiwan on July 6.
Taiwanese and US officials gathered Monday afternoon at an event focused on the social impacts of technology
Although AI has been around since 1965, public interest has only recently started taking off with pivotal breakthroughs in deep learning and neural networks
At the start of Computex 2018, NVIDIA and Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) have announced an extensive collaboration that will advance Taiwan’s artificial intelligence capabilities.
To prepare for the arrival of AI Era, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Science and Technology joined Executive Yuan in its implementation of “the Taiwan AI Action Plan”.
The three-day 2018 DevDays Asia conference, organized by Microsoft Taiwan and described as the largest software developer event in Asia
Fifteen startups in Taiwan will participate in Startup Thailand 2018
AsusTek Computer Inc., Taiwan Mobile, Co., Ltd., and Quanta Computer, Inc. jointly announced that they will collaborate on the construction of a national AI host project in Taiwan to assist in the construction of a next-generation AI computing host.
The nation’s first artificial intelligence (AI) academy yesterday had its first-semester graduation ceremony at Academia Sinica in Taipei, where MediaTek Inc and other businesses were eager to hunt talent.
American tech giant Microsoft Corp. has agreed to partner with Taiwan to develop hardware standards and sample applications for mixed reality (MR) technology, Minister without Portfolio Audrey Tang (唐鳳) said Saturday.
The government is working with Microsoft to develop a multi-million dollar AI hub to boost manufacturing.
Microsoft Taiwan along with the Institute for Information Industry (III) and several research institutes and private data security firms joined the “Microsoft-III AI Cyber security Brainstorming Workshop” in Taipei on March 27.
An artificial intelligence-based forecasting website for influenza was jointly launched by the Ministry of Health and Welfare and Taiwan technology company Acer Inc.
Google announced it will hire 300 people in Taiwan this year and train 5,000 students in artificial intelligence for machines.
Premier Lai Ching-te on Monday said the Digital Nation and Innovative Economic Development Program (DIGI+) is a vital part of the Executive Yuan’s smart nation policy that also provides fertile soil for the “five plus two” innovative industries, boosts Taiwan’s competitiveness, and enhances the quality of life.
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) and local tech leaders hailed the "smart city" as a catalyst for the next stage in Taiwan's economic development at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Smart City Summit & Expo on Tuesday.
Google launched a "Smart Taiwan" initiative Wednesday that will see the multinational tech giant working with Taiwanese government agencies
Organisations such as Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) have launched initiatives to accelerate the development of AI and robotics
The Vatican, March 12 (CNA) Minister without Portfolio Audrey Tang (唐鳳), a digital technology professional, touted Taiwan's democratic development in the current digital age, at a meeting in Vatican City last weekend.
MediaTek Inc., Taiwan's largest integrated circuit designer, said Friday it has jointed an alliance formed by Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft focused on artificial intelligence development.
Taipei, Jan. 18 (CNA) Premier Lai Ching-te voiced commitment Thursday to develop Taiwan into an artificial intelligence (AI) innovation center and global technology innovation hub.
The Executive Yuan is to allocate an annual budget of between NT$9 billion and NT$10 billion (US$304.4 million and US$338.3 million) to develop the nation’s artificial intelligence (AI) industry, Premier William Lai (賴清德) said yesterday.
Microsoft is investing 1 billion New Taiwan dollars (USD 33 million) to create an artificial intelligence (AI) research and development (R&D) hub in Taiwan
The government intends to make Taiwan a world leader in smart technology, capturing opportunities in the industry that will propel the economy to new levels