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AppWorks reveals 18 AI/blockchain startups from its latest batch on demo day
AppWorks reveals 18 startups from its 19th batch on demo day.
U.S. Taiwan High-Tech Forum 2019: Bridging Taiwan with Silicon Valley
Explore the innovation opportunities enabled by intelligent connectivity
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CloudMile raises $6m pre-B round to build headquarter in Singapore as it taps into Asia's AI market
The AI startup will be headquartered in SG while running R&D center in TW.
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With Trading Valley's AI robo-advisor, stable investment returns can be within reach for everyone
Their AI robo-advisor helps people make wiser investment decisions.
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Umbo Computer Vision raises $8M post-A round to accelerate global expansion
It will use the fund to accelerate global expansion and product development
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What is the state of Taiwan's AI ecosystem?
Taiwan is advancing towards becoming Southeast Asia’s leading AI talent hub
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Taiwan to introduce new law to promote AI development
Taiwan to introduce new law to promote AI development
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Dipp, with Its AI-Driven Platform, Wants Human Designers to Focus on the Creative Work
Dipp's Massimo allows brands to automatically generate visual marketing materials across various platforms. With its help, B2C platforms and online shopping sites can strike a better balance between cost, time, and lifespan of ads.
China’s AI Research Has Grown its Global Impact but Lags US, Europe: Report
A report studying global artificial intelligence (AI) trends points to progress for AI research in China in the last year, as well as persistent roadblocks.
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A Hyper-intelligent Workforce and the Future of work
The post-work society of our dreams is closer than you think
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How Artificial Intelligence Is Helping the Famous, the Sick and Rare Birds
Artificial intelligence, a term for technology that lets computers process information as humans do, is bolstering industries from medicine to manufacturing as funding and research expand, experts told a forum in Taipei this month.
[Reprint] Forget QR codes, China’s next favorite payment method is your face
The launch of Apple’s new iPhone X equipped with tech that turns your face into a poop emoji seems to have left China’s consumers less than impressed. This shouldn’t surprise us—authentication through facial recognition and other biometric features has be
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