Displays to be bridges between humans and machines, says Innolux chairman

Rebecca Kuo, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES Asia 0

Innolux chairman and CEO Jim Hung. Credit: DIGITIMES

When cloud computing, AI, big data analysis, 5G/6G and IoT are widely applied to smart factories, smart cities, smart homes and smart offices in the future, there will be changes in human lifestyle and displays will be bridges between humans and machines,...

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