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Microsoft and Chung Hua University Establish Taiwan’s First AI+ Experience Center

By Korbin Lan
Published: Jul 02,2018

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Microsoft Taiwan announced that they have joined forces with Chung Hwa University to establish the first AI+ experience center in all of Taiwan, where they will set up context experiences for smart access, smart hotels, and smart retail. In addition, they will establish practical courses which are aimed at the university environment and cultivate AI+ talent.

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Microsoft Taiwan and Chung Hwa University’s goal in collaborating on the AI+ experience center is to cultivate students’ abilities so that they can become talent for AI applications. They also hope to implement technological education and assist the industry in their mission of upgrading. Chung Hwa University President Victor W. Liu stated that as the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes increasingly widespread in a variety of major industries, this collaboration with Microsoft, will bring the world’s newest AI application to the university campus and enable students to gain an understanding of AI applications in a variety of different specialized domains. This will also provide students with a variety of different situational learning spaces.

The AI+ experience center space is planned out as two major areas: an “AI Training Classroom” and a “Learning Experience Exhibition Area.” In the “AI Training Classroom,” students can use Microsoft’s Azure Machine Learning Studio and form small learning groups in the classroom. When they enter raw data into the building models on the Azure platform, they can establish testing modes which match their requirements and self-create enterprise AI applications.

On the other hand, the “Learning Experience Exhibition Area” includes “Facial Recognition” which people can experience for themselves, and students can make use of data learning models for “machine learning,” and “Dialog Robots” for teaching and implementation.

(TR/ Phil Sweeney)

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