The innovative plan uses emerging technology to help its people achieve a better quality of air and the initiative has been internationally recognised for its efficiency,
A Taiwanese university has upgraded the concept of a fence by making one that is not only but is invisible but also app-based helping farmers in Hualian County prevent the theft of their crops.
As manufacturing facilities produce a lot of waste, their processes need to attend to circular economy goals; one of the country’s biggest semiconductor firms stepped up to the plate.
As countries look to achieve the Net Zero 2050 goals of greater sustainability, companies in Taiwan are infusing unique ways to make a circular economy possible.
To ensure the internet becomes a tool for positive transformation across the globe, Taiwan joins 60 other nations to promote a free and open internet.
A partnership for AI-based precision medicine in an ICU hospital has established an early warning system for shock in intensive care patients and is delivering life-saving outcomes.
A good indicator to show how much innovation has taken place is the number of tech-related patents filed - and Taiwan’s applications have risen steadily over the last year.
Successful digital adoption requires preparation. Now, Taiwan’s planned biggest technology corridor is getting needed support with the approval of its transportation access.
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