HKSTP holds its first AI showcase

HKSTP has held an AI innovation showcase at Hong Kong Science Park (Image HKSTP)

HKSTP held its first artificial intelligence themed showcase on Friday, highlighting ready-for-deployment AI technologies and applications developed by around 70 companies.

The AI+U: Explore and Experience Exhibition attracted nearly 1,000 attendees to Hong Kong Science Park, including representatives of various large corporations.

Exhibitors showcased AI innovations in six key areas – smart manufacturing, logistics, retail and e-commerce, finance, platform, and next-generation technologies.

Innovations on show included factory production line management systems, workforce planning systems, financial data analytics, AI-powered alarm systems, and AI-enabled healthcare solutions.

At the event, HKSTP also held a competition among six chatbot solutions developers to build the chatpot capable of delivering the most accurate and fastest responses to a set of challenging questions.

The company also announced the launch of AI [email protected], an initiative dedicated to providing technical support and knowledge exchange on AI technologies. The first phase of the initiative will include the development of key programs including the establishment of an AI Academy.

“AI and robotics [AIR] technologies open up new possibilities to disrupt traditional industries and create tremendous opportunities for an innovation-driven diversified economy,” HKSTP CEO Albert Wong said.

“With the “AI+U: Explore and Experience Exhibition”, HKSTP is taking an active role in bringing the AIR community together to accelerate innovations and technology adoption and collaboration across different sectors. By working closely with various partners, we aim to bring the AIR evolution to new heights.”

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