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Thursday 13 January 2022
Master Talks 5: Why better AI systems are causing more problems and how we fix them
Multiple films have featured how intelligent machines might disobey orders from humans and eventually take over the world. In the opinion of Stuart Russell, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at UC Berkeley, the scenarios could become a reality. But he also said the situation is fixable if we fundamentally change how we build artificial intelligence (AI) systems.
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Monday 10 January 2022
Master Talks 2: Economics facilitates AI algorithms to make better decisions
AI algorithms play a huge part in today's world. They also continue to be refined to perform various tasks better. For example, Hui Chen, professor of finance at MIT Sloan School, has researched applying economic concepts to machine learning algorithms that will make the algorithms "smarter."
Thursday 6 January 2022
CES 2022: Mindtronic AI opens the way to the future of mobility with Meta-Service ecosystem
Mindtronic AI, a Taiwan-based startup, has unveiled Meta-Service, a biometric sensing technology that provides instant access to any visible object in the real world. This technology ushers in the future of mobility, and celebrates the company's fifth CES Innovation Award win since 2018.
Wednesday 5 January 2022
CES 2022: Giftpack AI transforming business gifting
Giftpack is an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered corporate gifting CRM that helps businesses create and manage personalized gift lists, send gifts with speed, and track relationship health.
Wednesday 5 January 2022
CES 2022: DeCloak launches de-identification software and hardware solutions for data privacy
Ever since information security became a key topic in the technology industry, encryption technology has continued to improve, setting a seemingly unattainable bar for privacy protection. AI is another topic for the tech industry, focusing on using massive amounts of data to train AI models and accelerate the intelligentization of terminal devices. While all of this is happening, the market faces a new problem: figuring out how to balance data security and privacy while also providing data to train AI models. From this issue a new startup named DeCloak Intelligences was born.
Tuesday 4 January 2022
CES 2022: VM-Fi real-time translation technology
Taiwanese software developer VM-Fi will debut its groundbreaking real-time translating solution at CES 2022 from Jan 5-8, 2022. VM-Fi provides turnkey 5G real-time artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled simultaneous interpretation with wireless broadcasting to up to hundreds of personal smart devices.
Tuesday 4 January 2022
CES 2022: Aiseed introduces smart drones using edge AI computing
The pace of global drone development has increased over the last few years with smart drones being used more commonly for consumer markets, rescue operations, visual inspections and logistics. Taiwan-based startup Aiseed has combined edge computing with self-developed artificial intelligence (AI) to develop advanced drone products with better features and higher speed. With relatively low costs, the company hopes to make advanced drones more accessible across different markets.
Thursday 30 December 2021
Combining acoustic detection and AI analysis technology to predict repairs and maintenance
Genius Holdings, a company who first specialized in spirometry systems and has a rich experience in ultrasonic intensity detection technology, partnered with AstraZeneca Taiwan to release the Healthy Lung Taiwan app. A year after releasing its spirometry device, Genius Holdings leveraged its existing hardware and software capabilities to support a major international petrochemical plant that required a monitoring system for faulty equipment. Genius Holdings helped the plant implement a smart factory AI acoustic detection system to monitor the condition of its equipment in operation. This led to new opportunities for ultrasound and AI acoustic applications in smart manufacturing.
Thursday 30 December 2021
Building trust in the edge devices: Interview with the CEO of CollaboGate
IoT devices, on one side, offer extended features and functionality; on the other side, they are well-known with weaknesses and vulnerabilities. With its solution, Tokyo-based CollaboGate helps companies to build trust in IoT devices.
Friday 24 December 2021
Edge AI solution provider Gorilla Technology to trade on Nasdaq via SPAC
Gorilla Technology Group, a leading edge analytics AI solution provider headquartered in Taiwan, will become a publicly-traded company on Nasdaq through the merger with Global SPAC Partners, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).
Wednesday 22 December 2021
TTA to showcase 100 Taiwan startups at CES 2022
With CES 2022 just around the corner, Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA) will showcase 100 high-potential Taiwanese startups at the annual event, including seven award-winning startups. Between January 5-8, the CES 2022 TTA Pavilion will display the innovative energy of Taiwan.
Tuesday 21 December 2021
More Indian enterprises now prefer cloud than ever: VMware
Over the years, India's growing economy has created a critical need for enterprises to scale up and expand to meet customer demands. The arrival of COVID-19 accelerated its pace and forced corporates to actively seek out more flexible and reliable systems.
Monday 20 December 2021
Gogoro leverages AI solution to rapidly expand to India, Indonesia and China
After announcing partnerships in 2021 with Hero Moto in India and Gojek in Indonesia, the electric motorcycle and battery swap company Gogoro aims to start producing electrical motorbikes in China, India, and Indonesia in 2022. What is its secret sauce for expanding its supply chains at such lightning speed? The answer lies with its smart manufacturing partners, PowerArena and NTT Data.
Monday 13 December 2021
Metaverse frenzy takes hold of global tech firms
Metaverse has become the hottest tech buzzword as of late, attracting global industry players to jump on the investment bandwagon. However, while most companies have claimed they are builders of a new reality, the metaverse inventions they promote are mostly products that already exist in the market.
Wednesday 8 December 2021
SE Asia startups to reach US$1 trillion in valuation by 2025
Startups in Southeast Asia (SEA) are seeing more opportunities to grow in the post-pandemic era. The number of deals in SEA's tech startup scene in the first half of this year hit a record high with combined value of US$4.4 billion, according to Cento Ventures, a Singaporean venture capital.
Wednesday 8 December 2021
Taiwan digital transformation needs support from AI startups
Many Taiwanese enterprises have been reluctant to embrace innovation and pours investment in IoT, AI, and blockchain, but country's digital transformation needs a push from AI startups, according to industry observers.