Taiwan is open for business! At this year’s CES, Taiwan entered 44 startup teams and came away with 8 CES Innovation Awards. Yu-Chin Hsu, Deputy Minister of Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), explains how Taiwan built upon a 30-year foundation in semiconductor hardware to become a hub of innovation and global collaboration in the areas of artificial intelligence (AI), IoT, cyber security & software, advanced manufacturing, wearable devices, and healthcare. We also take a look at three innovative startups: QT Medical (portable ECG + analytics); OmniEyes (automotive ambient vision and analytics) and Lubn (remote property management over LTE). Link Directly to Each Start-up’s Segment: Yu-Chin, Hsu- https://youtu.be/_PTA9Cdx_Y4

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