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Chen Liang-gee Meets NVIDIA Chief Scientist William J. Dally to Deepen AI Cooperation

By Korbin Lan
Published: Nov 19,2019

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) has teamed up with NVIDIA once again following NVIDIA's response to MOST’s AI research strategy, and after jointly proposing five major directions for cooperation, MOST invited NVIDIA Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist William J. (Bill) Dally on November 15 together with NVIDIA VP Sales and Country GM Taiwan Eunice Chiu to hold talks with Minister of Science and Technology Chen Liang-gee to discuss the direction of future mutual collaborations and increase the speed of development for cooperative strategy blueprints with NVIDIA.

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Dr. Dally stated that the current market for cloud AI chips is already mature, and it has already taken root among all of the leading technological companies with a layout that is difficult to be shaken up. In comparison, the terminal AI chip market, which is diverse and quantitatively immense, is still awaiting expansion. Furthermore, edge computing is flourishing with many competing schools of thought and opportunities existing among the various innovative applications for AI startups. If Taiwan can integrate their ICT industry niches with their academic research resources, they will be able to play an important role in these markets.

Through the in-depth dialog between Minister Chen Liang-gee and Dr. Dally, the two parties discussed ways in which NVIDIA and Taiwan AI can work together for scientific research and development, support outstanding domestic scholars and research teams, participate in NVIDIA's innovation ecosystem and platform network, and expand the reach of Taiwan's technological applications in order to enable Taiwan to become a world-class innovation base for AI technological development and implementation of applications.

(TR/ Phil Sweeney)

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