LSF, an imaging technique co-developed at HKU, is used palaeontology to make fossil bones and the soft tissues preserved alongside them glow-in-the-dark.
The 3D virtual tour features inspiring designs like a future double-decker compartment for the ageing population, a mobile game for improving intergenerational relationships and a planter solution for sustainable living.
CityU Burgundy, the new facility, will energise the university’s areas of excellence including AI, machine learning, data science, quantum chemistry, molecular dynamics, neuroscience among others.
The Automatic Monitoring System includes a web-based application and different IoT geotechnical sensors while the blockchain solution enables data-sharing is an extremely secure environment.
The two-year programme will run in two cohorts, each involving training, matching with tech ventures and opportunities to co-create suitable business solutions.
Through the Work-Study Scheme, HKU students will gain experience, understand the latest tech developments and market requirements, and be better prepared to contribute to the FinTech industry in Hong Kong.
As AI and robotics are emerging as fundamental enablers of the sustainable economy, the development of top talent and subsequent technologies will sharpen Hong Kong’s competitive edge.
GLF Forum 2018
OpenGov Government Leadership Forum – Empowering the Digital Business.