Everyone Wins With Better Asian AI governance

East Asia Forum

The concentration of power over AI inputs, the tendency of governments to localize and protect key digital assets, and the systematic exclusion of certain groups from accessing the benefits of AI systems are some of the key challenges to effective AI governance in Asia.


Artificial Intelligence: The Regulatory Race To Ensure A Democratic Future

The Interpreter

Bletchley Park, the historic site of Alan Turing's groundbreaking work during World War II, is now hosting a global summit on AI safety. This comes as concern grows about the risks and potential dangers of advanced AI.


Phihong Makes Inroads into Global LEO Satellite Market with High-Performance Power Technology in the New Era

Phihong Technology has been dedicating years to developing power technologies for LEO satellite applications, collaborating closely with industry giants and engaging in technical exchanges. It is well-prepared to swiftly align with market demands.


Latest US Chip Controls Will Limit China’s AI Development

Voice of America

The latest U.S. export control measures on advanced chips and chipmaking tools will make it challenging for China to develop in that sector, say analysts.


China’s Bluff of Domestic Chip Opens a Window for ASEAN Countries

TNL Feature

China’s launch of the Mate 60 Pro, featuring a domestically-made chip, is seen by experts as either a bold move showcasing China’s ability to develop advanced chips independently, or a bluff to sway global opinion on U.S. chip ban. However, China’s aggressive actions may also create opportunities for neighboring countries in the region.


Breaking Down India’s New Data Protection Law: Good, Bad, or Ugly?

Global Voices

On August 11, 2023, India's President signed the Digital Personal Data Protection, 2023 into law. While some praise it as a global standard in cybersecurity, civil society organizations express concerns about its final form.


AI: Help or Hindrance in Fight Against Disinformation?

Deutsche Welle

The impact of AI on human decision-making is explored in a discussion among media experts and politicians at Berlin's Humboldt University.

The Key to the Space Industry valued at NT$300 Billion by 2025: Connecting Academia, Industry and the International community to

The Key to the Space Industry valued at NT$300 Billion by 2025: Connecting Academia, Industry and the International community to foster space talent R&D capability

The space industry in Taiwan is experiencing robust growth, and the Space Program initiated by the Industrial Development Administration of the Ministry of Economic Affairs is playing an active role in bolstering the human resource capacity. This comprehensive program encompasses various learning opportunities, including space study tours, international workshops, and industrial R&D problem-solvin


Taiwan EV Gear Supplier to Establish Facility in the US, Extending Tech Partnership

TNL Staff

Taiwanese electric vehicle (EV) gear supplier Hota Industrial Manufacturing Co. is set to establish a new facility in New Mexico, US, with an initial investment of around NTD $1.5 billion ($54 million).

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