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U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo Joins Founders and Investors to Discuss the Future of the World’s Startup Ecosystem at Entrepreneurship Summit
The world’s top summit for entrepreneurs is wrapping up in The Hague, ending three days of lively discussions from political and industry figures ranging from the U.S. secretary of state to the Dutch prime minister to more than 2,000 industry leaders and
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U.S. Entrepreneurs : Their Indelible Mark and Ambition on the Global Economy
The word “entrepreneur” may originate from French but these creative individuals have become one of the hallmarks of the U.S. economy.
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Strengthen the U.S.-Taiwan Alliance for the AI Age
In Taiwan, policymakers need to make sure they’re doing everything they can to strengthen the country’s position as a safe haven for intellectual property.
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A Trust Not Trade Deficit Lies at the Core of US-China Tech Tensions
It’s been 189 days and we’ve still seen no substantive progress in the so-called trade-war between the US and China.
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[2018 Meet Taipei] IoT工地安全帽、自行車事故探測器,原來國外有這些創業題材
2018 Meet Taipei創新創業嘉年華邀請來自23國、27座城市國外新創前來參展,一起認識以下5家國外新創的產品與服務。
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TSMC Chairman Morris Chang Predicts Taiwan’s Semiconductor Industry Continue to See Growth for the Next 20 Years
Morris Chang, the chairman of the iconic upstream technology firm Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) delivered a keynote speech about semiconductor industry innovation milestones during the past 60 years at SEMICON Taiwan 2018 last month in Tai
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[Reprint] China Announces Yet Another Crackdown Against Cryptocurrencies
China’s central bank has announced that there will be another crackdown on all type of cryptocurrencies this year, our sister site TechNode Chinese is reporting.
[Reprint] Taiwan Companies Take a Fresh Look at the U.S.
As an investment destination, the United States is attracting greater interest from Taiwan’s top corporations – but it’s struggling to attract smaller players.
[Reprint] Taiwan: A nation with its ‘glass half full’ or ‘glass half empty’?
Like many foreigners who have made the choice to live here long-term, they see Taiwan as a nation with its ‘glass half full’—they believe Taiwan enjoys a healthy foundation upon which to build a brighter future.
[Reprint] Taipei Is Using a Blockchain Alternative to Transform into A Smart City
We are living in the age of the Internet of Things (IoT) where resources, data, and services are increasingly being traded between machines. As connected devices continue to proliferate, the interoperability and sharing of resources—everything from inform
Understanding China’s Unmanned Revolution: China Cares Less About User Experience Than You Think
While Amazon Go has been stealing headlines since it was revealed last year, we here at TechNode have been covering China’s increasing commitment to unmanned stores for about just as long. But, how exactly are China’s stores different and why are the tech
[Reprint] How a Taiwan-based AIoT startup is taking on the next big wave
We are entering the era of intelligent things where smart devices seep into every aspect of our lives. As AI continues to evolve and IoT devices proliferate, the two transformative technologies converge, forming something called AIoT (the artificial intel