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Wednesday 23 December 2020
Taiwan investors should change mentality towards startups, says Wistron chairman
Taiwan's investors should change their mentality about entrepreneurships, giving more support to startups, according to Wistron chairman Simon Lin.
Thursday 17 December 2020
Perception skills are key to success: Q&A with Laura Huang, associate professor at Harvard Business School
The key to whether something sells or not is not the superiority of the product technology, but whether consumers are willing to pay for it. That's a key message Laura Huang, associate professor of Harvard Business School, delivered at SparkLabs Taipei Demo Day 4 held recently.
Friday 4 December 2020
Startup tenacity: Q&A with SparkLabs Taipei founder Edgar Chiu
COVID-19 has been hammering the world, with many companies facing tremendous challenges amidst risks and uncertainties beyond their control. But many startup teams demonstrating their prowess at the recent Demo Day held by SparkLabs Taipei have seen double-digit growths.
Tuesday 1 December 2020
Singapore and Indonesia lead in ASEAN startup scene, says AppWorks partner Jessica Liu
In terms of the maturity of the startup ecosystem and digital economy among Southeast Asian countries, Singapore is the leader, followed by Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam, according to AppWorks partner Jessica Liu.
Wednesday 18 November 2020
The true power of IoT: Q&A with Cavli Wireless CEO John Mathew
Connectivity has become an essential commodity that determines how people live, work and play, according to John Mathew, co-founder and CEO/CTA of Cavli Wireless, an Internet of Things (IoT) module company that works with telecom operators to provision local IoT data in LTE/LPWAN technologies like NB-IoT, LTE-M on eSIM technology.
Friday 13 November 2020
Taiwan to head for smart digital economy, says science minister
Taiwan will focus its next wave of technology development on materializing smart healthcare, precision medicine, smart city and digital data governance by leveraging its robust semiconductor prowess to incorporate AI, IoT and blockchain technologies into diverse vertical applications, eventually embracing a smart new future featuring high-security Internet of Everything and thriving digital economy, according to Tsung-Tsong Wu, the country's minister of science and technology.
Monday 9 November 2020
AaaS essential to digital transformation of small- to mid-size firms: Q&A with AIMS director Chien Chen-fu
Small- to medium-size manufacturers are important to Taiwan's economy, but most of them lack the human resources and cannot afford the expensive equipment and services needed for digital transformation. That is where Analytics-as-a-Service (AaaS) can help them, according to Chien Chen-fu, director for Artificial Intelligence for Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Research Center (AIMS) at National Tsing Hua University.
Tuesday 3 November 2020
Cryptography everywhere: Q&A with Chain Reaction CEO Alon Webman and CTO Oren Yokev
Less than one year after Mellanox was acquired by Nvidia for US$7 billion, Alon Webman, co-founder of Mellanox, started his second entrepreneurial project. The new company, Chain Reaction, targets the exponential growth to be set off by he calls a "cryptography everywhere" trend. His presentation on Zoom at the first US-Taiwan Startup Forum (UTSF) held in late September generated much interest from various venture capitalists and experts from the blockchain and semiconductor sectors.
Wednesday 21 October 2020
Promoting trust in AI: Q&A with Intel data-centric tech evangelist Abigail Hing Wen
Abigail Hing Wen is the data-centric tech evangelist and AI podcast host for Intel. Beside her work at Intel, she has multiple identities: a lawyer in venture capital, a leader in emerging AI tech, a New York Times bestseller novelist, a wife and a mother of two. One of her novels, "Loveboat, Taipei," drew from her experience participating in a youth camp in Taiwan more than 20 years ago, and is now being adapted into a Hollywood film.
Wednesday 2 September 2020
The inevitable trend toward industrial automation: Q&A with ZNT CEO Bernhard Marsoner
ZNT-Richter is a global IT company. In the past 30+ years, ZNT has successfully developed software solutions suitable for the manufacturing industry to help customers improve production processes and product quality.