HSINCHU, Aug. 2, 2022/PRNewswire/- ITRI hosted the 2022 International Workshop on Trustworthy Ai online, with the support from the Industrial Development Bureau (IDB), under the Minister Economic Affairs. August 2. More than 400 experts attended the conference. TaiwanThis theme will be used to discuss topics like AI risk management and trustworthy AI systems.
Audrey Tang, Minister Without Portfolio, praised the seminar for its contribution to promoting trustworthy AI and accelerating the development digital technology. Taiwan. She said that AI could be understood as Assistive Insight, and not something that replaces humans completely. “It’s similar to the complementary relationship between AI robots, humans, and Japanese manga. Doraemon” TaiwanTang stated that the US supply chain is an important partner of the AI framework. With the introduction of AI into products and exports around the world, the trusting framework will be a significant milestone. Taiwan’sindustry while simultaneously helping TaiwanSmart Taiwan 2030 is a step closer to realizing its vision. It emphasizes innovation and inclusion as well as sustainability.
IDB Director General Jang-Hwa LeuIt was also stressed the importance of AI supervision and risk management. Taiwan intends to cooperate with national laboratories such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US and Laboratoire national de métrologie et d’essais (LNE) in France. This will connect relevant technical specifications or standard across TaiwanIt will also help the US and the European Union. It will also help Taiwan’sAI products can meet global standards and requirements, enabling TaiwanHe stated that he wanted to be an international partner in AI.
Pei-Zen Chang, ITRI’s Executive Vice President, noted that AI applications have prompted discussions about ethical issues such as data bias, privacy protection, security, and system transparency. Portable Edge AI DR, which ITRI received an Edison Award for this year, uses AI analysis to pinpoint the exact location of disease and determine its severity within three seconds. This aids doctors in rapid diagnosis. This type of federatedlearning can help AI medical care grow if this data is easily shared with other hospitals. TaiwanIn a new world.
A second invitation was sent to the workshop: Elham TabassiNIST Information Technology Laboratory Chief Of Staff, he shared NIST’s AI Risk Management Tools that can help AI inference be as fair and accurate as possible, based on reliable AI models. Meanwhile, Jeannette M. WingExecutive Vice President Research Columbia University, believes that trustworthiness in AI systems can be enhanced by the expansion of trusted computing architecture.
The event was attended by others, Andrew Shikiar, Executive Director & Chief Marketing Officer at the FIDO Alliance; Taiwan AI Labs Founder Ethan Tu; Jane Yung-Jen Hsu, Professor of Computer Science & Information Engineering at National Taiwan University; Hon Hai Research Institute CEO Wei-Bin Lee; Egis Technology Inc. Principal Engineer Shang-Wei Chou; Tzeng Yow Lin, Chief Executive Officer of the National Measurement Laboratory, and General Director at ITRI’s Center for Measurement Standards. Kai-Lung HuaDeputy General Director, ITRI’s Information and Communications Research Laboratories. These experts discussed their experiences in trustworthy AI development trends and shared their knowledge. They also discussed a roadmap for Taiwan’s technology.
Information about ITRI
Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) is one of the world’s leading technology R&D institutions aiming to innovate a better future for society. ITRI was founded in 1973. It has played an important role in helping to transform society. Taiwan’sIndustries have evolved from being labour-intensive to being innovation-driven. To address market needs and global trends, it has launched its 2030 Technology Strategy & Roadmap and focuses on innovation development in Smart Living, Quality Health, and Sustainable Environment. It also aims to enhance Intelligentization Enabling Technology to support diversified uses.
ITRI has been incubating spinoffs and startups over the years. This includes well-known names like UMC and TSMC. It also has its headquarters in TaiwanITRI has a number of branches throughout the United States. EuropeAnd Japan in an effort to extend its R&D scope and promote international cooperation across the globe. For more information, please visit https://www.itri.org/eng.
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