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Thursday, 2.12.2021
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Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade, Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and the Information Service Industry Association (CISA) invited six companies to present their latest innovations and shared the trend of AI solutions during the Taiwan Excellence’s forum.

The pandemic has heightened the focus on digital transformation. Not only in terms of economic activities, but also in terms of our daily lives. By speeding up digital transformation, corporations will achieve growth and profitability.

"Recognising global Artificial Intelligence (AI) industrial trends, the Taiwan government launched its Taiwan AI Action Plan. The plan aims to develop smart technologies while utilising Taiwan’s prominent information technologies and semiconductor industries to develop AI technologies and facilitate industrial upgraded transformation." – Guann-Jyh Lee, the Deputy Director-General, Bureau of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs

A tech company showcased an AI-assisted diagnostic software for diabetic retinopathy. The system utilises AI to analyse diabetic patients’ eye images and showed an accuracy close to that of an ophthalmologist with a referral accuracy of 93%. This technology assists doctors in diagnosing patients in the early stages and outputs a recommendation on whether the patient should be referred to further care within 3 to 5 seconds.

A medtech company brought smart medicare solutions to usher the world into an age of Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) healthcare. Their Care Recipient Monitor utilises time of flight technology, combined with IoMT (Internet of Medical Things) and AI image computing algorithms. This allows easy monitoring of patients’ daily activities and alerts healthcare personnel immediately whenever a patient requires urgent attention.

Regarding improving customer service, an AI cloud can detect user intentions and has the ability to actively respond with natural semantic dialogue. This includes typos correction, synonym recognition, user prompts and other functions. With the integrated design of all channels, users can use communication platforms to interact in real-time without changing their habits.

In order to foster an interactive learning community and enhance students’ experience in this era of remote learning, AI technology drives two auto-tracking modes including “presenter tracking” or “zone tracking” with no need for a camera operator. With this feature, the teacher is always kept in camera view regardless of any other noise interference.

As the world’s leading Intelligent Tolling Service provider, the company displayed AI Vehicle Recognition Solution. It offers a real-time embedded system to detect and identify license plate numbers. The solution is able to retrieve the most accurate vehicle information for any type of transaction.

An innovative cloud service provider and an expert of hybrid cloud provided customers with services on cloud migration consulting, implementation, operation, and maintenance. Their next generation of wireless connectivity, 5G that will reshape how manufacturing and other production processes operate.

As reported by OpenGov Asia, Taiwan’s Minister of Science and Technology said that the global pandemic is accelerating digital transformation. The pandemic poses both challenges and opportunities to rethink technology development and supply chain management. Thanks to public and private efforts over the past year, Taiwan has largely withstood the ravages of COVID-19.

Taiwan has shown its skills and expertise in public health and digital technology. With the belief that ‘Taiwan can help’, the government has been sharing resources and pandemic experiences with international partners. Many foreigners get to know about Taiwan in the process. The pandemic poses a challenge, but also creates an opportunity for Taiwan to highlight outstanding tech professionals and industry chains.

In the post-pandemic world, Taiwan will focus on six key industries: security, precision healthcare, digital transformation, semiconductors, space and 5G/6G Internet infrastructure. Taiwan has focused a lot on digital policies and, in the next few years, such as blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT). Everything will be connected and everything will revolve around digital technologies. Due to the pandemic, Taiwan must speed up to move forward in the digital transformation process even faster.

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Autor(en)/Author(s): Kirana Aisyah

Quelle/Source: Open Gov Asia, 09.10.2021

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