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Enhancing AI Skills Among Taiwanese Students

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Through a series of workshops, Taipei Tech College of Management is collaborating with the world’s largest software corporation and an artificial intelligence (AI) company to cultivate students’ core digital and AI competencies.

The workshop, according to Fan Shu-kai, Dean of Taipei Tech College of Management, will cover ChatBot and its application in digital marketing, generative AI technology, Azure Open AI service and its application, and API (application programming interface).

The workshop will show how generative AI technology can be used in education and research, as well as how students can use AI tools for their senior projects. It is in high demand among students and teachers, and registration fills up within 24 hours.

The future of higher education is being shaped by generative AI technology. The new technology has the potential to boost efficiency and productivity while also improving the quality of student projects. As a result, it was provided with the Azure Open AI service for the College of Management’s students and faculty to use and strengthen their application capabilities.

Taipei Tech Provost Huang Yu-hsien stated that in order to stay current and relevant, they should develop competency in working with AI tools. As a result, Taipei Tech intends to incorporate content from an AI application into existing courses on deep learning, natural language processing, and neural networks.

Likewise, Taipei Tech will launch a microprogramme on AI and cross-disciplinary applications this year, with the goal of developing students’ AI application skills and career readiness. Students will be encouraged to use AI technology as a learning aid in an effective and responsible manner.

Huang stated that teachers will evaluate student performance through oral reports or on-site written tests at least twice a semester to prevent plagiarism. Multiple criteria, including interviews, practical projects, and screening tests, will be considered in the recruitment process.

In addition, during the 2023 academic year, Taipei Tech will launch a new graduate programme in aerospace and system engineering. The new programme will address the growing demand for aerospace technical talent by focusing on technology development in the fields of the satellite system, communication payload, and earth stations in motion.

President Wang Sea-fue of Taipei Tech stated that Taipei Tech is the first technological university to offer a graduate programme in aerospace technology. The new programme will promote cross-disciplinary technology development by bringing together the resources and faculty of the Colleges of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.

Taipei Tech will collaborate with academic and industrial partners such as the Georgia Institute of Technology and computer firms, as well as government agencies such as the Institute for Information Industry and Taiwan Space Agency, to develop professional talents with strong aerospace engineering skills and knowledge.

The new curriculum will include courses in satellite engineering, space mission and system design, spacecraft dynamics, and aerospace system management. Students will be equipped with theoretical and practical knowledge in aerospace engineering through internships and research projects.

It is expected to prepare students for careers in the aerospace industry by providing practical training and equipping them with problem-solving and mission-planning skills.

In Taiwan, there are numerous initiatives and programmes aimed at improving students’ AI skills. AI for Youth Programme, AI Bootcamp for Students, and AI Education Project are a few examples. Taiwan’s commitment to developing AI talent and preparing its youth for the future workforce is exemplified by these programmes and initiatives.


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