Technology and innovation can help solve manpower shortage – ejinsight



Technology and the economy are much intertwined nowadays. 繼續閱讀

Why AI applications are not widely accepted in healthcare sector – ejinsight



In a recent article, Professor Joseph Sung Jao-yiu of the Chinese University of Hong Kong referred to the vast amount of data collected by advanced diagnostic technology. For example, capsule endoscopy can complete an entire small intestine examination, in contrast to using endoscopic lens, and take more than 5,000 images in a six-hour operation. 繼續閱讀

The mystery of Hong Kong’s lack of AI manpower – Smart Cities World Forums



Artificial intelligence (Al) is regarded as a key to drive the world’s future development. Although Europe and the United States are dominated by private enterprises, while the Mainland China is led by national entities, the core of AI formation, in fact, is rested on available top-notch talent. The 2017 Global AI Talent White Paper released by the Tencent Research Institute in December last year stated that there are approximately 300,000 AI researchers and practitioners in the world, while the market demand for AI talent is in millions. In the first 10 months of 2017, the demand for AI talent was twice of that in 2016. The report suggests that the bottleneck is education – though there are 20,000 graduates from related disciplines each year, the number is far from adequate to meet the demand. 繼續閱讀

AI專才有價有市 – 信報財經新聞, StartUpBeat



以往我們提到人工智能(Al),總想到一些牽涉抽象思維的活動,如捉圍棋、無人駕駛、分秒間篩選海量資料等,但要Al機械人在繁忙的鬧巿穿梭,又或像人類般靈巧地組裝一件家具卻甚為困難。因此,早前Tesla的馬斯克在Twitter中談到,車廠產能之所以遠低於預期是因為高估了機械人和自動化的能力,他直言「人類是被低估了」。 繼續閱讀

人類美好特質與AI共存 – 信報財經新聞, StartUpBeat