Microsoft plans AI R&D Center in Taipei

Microsoft Corp yesterday announced the launch of an artificial intelligence (AI) research and development (R&D) center in Taiwan, and the company’s aim of hiring and training more than 200 researchers and developers in the next five years to boost the nation’s AI industry.

The Microsoft AI R&D Center is the first foreign-business-backed center to focus on AI technology in the nation.

“Microsoft would like to contribute to Taiwan’s industry upgrade. We will do our best to help Taiwan acquire a strategic position in the global AI landscape,” Microsoft Taiwan general manager Ken Sun (孫基康) told a news conference at the US company’s office in Taipei.

Read the full story at taipeitimes.com.

Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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