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Taiwan hardware capability is best nutrient for AI development: Q&A with Microsoft Taiwan COO Hedy Ho
Aaron Lee, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES

Microsoft keeps investing in Taiwan, having set up an IoT innovation center in October 2016, an AI R&D center in January 2018. It alsto introduced an AI 100 project in April 2019.

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