Many of Taiwan’s startups participated in an international tech exhibition and collaborated with major tech companies which is an indication of global recognition in Taiwan’s technology and startups’ competitiveness.
The media industry in Taiwan has adopted AI technology such as AI anchor and automated listening to help translate content from different languages, sort out the core news, fact-check news, and detect false information.
Several digital health startups presented their healthtech solutions that utilise technologies such as AI, IoT, advanced algorithms to solve different medical problems.
The nations have collaborated to develop innovations on offshore wind operation and maintenance technology, increase renewable capacity in Taiwan and help to reduce carbon emissions.
As Taiwan promotes electric vehicles for zero-emission policies, the need for charging stations is on the rise. To allay safety concerns, Taipei has drafted the Electric Vehicle Battery Charge and Exchange Station Guidelines.
Taiwan’s Academia Sinica Centre for Digital Cultures is issuing an open call for project proposals to improve humanities research by exploring the various possibilities of humanities research in utilising digital technology.
Taiwan Tech Arena has partnered with a global venture capital firm to launch an eight-week programme for startups to strengthen the startup ecosystem in Taiwan and raise the local ecosystem’s profile on the global stage.
While Taiwan has been successfully utilising the power of data to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic, citizens raised several privacy concerns regarding their personal data.
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