Taiwanese Startup is Using AI to Help Computers Talk to People

Taiwanese Startup is Using AI to Help Computers Talk to People

Taiwanese artificial intelligence startup D8AI is using its core technological strength to design chatbots, which are programs that simulate human conversation with text and voice input. “The idea is to create AI-powered applications that will help our clients improve...
AI Challenge Paris Region 2018

AI Challenge Paris Region 2018

Paris Region launches the “AI Challenge Paris Region 2018”:the first international challenge dedicated to startups Today, after announcing it during the Las Vegas CES last January, Valérie Pécresse, the President of Paris Region, launched the one-million-euro...
Taiwan Ecommerce Firm Pinkoi Expands into New Asian Markets

Taiwan Ecommerce Firm Pinkoi Expands into New Asian Markets

Ecommerce platform Pinkoi is expanding around Asia as cross-border orders grow and it sees an opening to enter China, the Taiwan-based firm says. Pinkoi’s volume of cross-border orders have grown 200% over the past two years, making up over 30 percent of total...
New Southbound Policy fast-tracks exchanges, regional integration

New Southbound Policy fast-tracks exchanges, regional integration

The New Southbound Policy is expanding Taiwan’s exchanges with NSP target countries and ensuring the nation is included in regional integration, according to Premier Lai Ching-te April 24. Fast-tracking tie-ups with like-minded countries while transforming Taiwan’s...
4 Taiwan influencers named in Forbes 30 under 30 Asia

4 Taiwan influencers named in Forbes 30 under 30 Asia

Four Taiwan influencers from the fields of arts, business and science were named in this year’s 30 under 30 Asia list released March 27 by Forbes magazine. Social entrepreneur Viola Cheng, venture capitalist Stephanie Tang, biotechnology company director Melissa Yu...
Taiwan and France Look to Deeper Cooperation in Nurturing Startups

Taiwan and France Look to Deeper Cooperation in Nurturing Startups

The French government’s office in Taipei and Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology are looking for new ways to work together on fostering high-tech startups. Taiwan science and technology minister Chen Liang-gee told a news conference March 28 in Taipei that the...