Written by Marc Howard. Taiwan is a hotbed for tech start-ups focusing on block-chain, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things. It hosts a proliferation of major start-up accelerators and incubators, including start-up super-hubs like Taiwan Tech Arena, which will spawn 100 start-ups per year and expedite the overseas expansion of 300 start-ups over the next three years.
Taiwan Internet Governance Forum 2018 Tech Girls [Part Two]
Written by Ying-Chu Chen, Rio, Peifen Hsieh, Jessie Tang, Evonne Tsai, Hsin-I Chiu, Crystal Tu. ‘Technical communities, forums for women may help to change for a while. But the most important is to make the whole society to be a safe place to minority groups, not only for women.’
Taiwan Internet Governance Forum 2018 Tech Girls
Written by Ying-Chu Chen, Rio, Peifen Hsieh, Jessie Tang, Evonne Tsai, Hsin-I Chiu, Crystal Tu. We all agreed that women in Taiwan enjoy more rights and are more blessed than women in many other countries. But after I attended the Women in ICT session in APNIC 44 and APRICOT 2018, I found there are some differences in Taiwan and other countries, and these problems exist in the whole world.
Programming Languages and Rails Girls: On refactoring the social norm
Written by: Audrey Tang. When we create a safe space for a community’s participants, to observe and decide our own social scripts, we can collectively program a social norm that is both rigorous and creative — just like the best formulas, poems, and programs.
Cybersecurity as national security, and economic opportunity, in Taiwan
Written by Robyn Klingler-Vidra. More than 2 billion data records were stolen in 2017, according to CB Insights. As the sophistication and deviousness of hackers
Strength in Numbers
Written by Caroline Hosey A Taiwanese organisation named ATAYAL aims to foster international communication between Aboriginal communities throughout the globe. Their goal is to launch a new online communication platform to
Developing Taiwan’s Cybersecurity Industry: Is Israel a Good Model?
Written by Philip Hsu. In late 2016, the Taiwanese technology magazine iThome ran a series of articles extolling the virtues of Israel’s cyber security industry
Can technological innovation development in China out win Taiwan?
Written by Chun-Yi Lee. In the early 1990s, Taiwanese electronic factories in China acted as a ‘teacher’ for most of the domestic Chinese manufacturers. This
Heading South: Co-sharing as Taiwan’s niche strategy
Written by Mei-Chih Hu and Hsien-Chen Lo. In 2016, Taiwan’s government launched the New Southbound Policy aimed to establish long-term economic ties between Taiwan and
Limits to high technology: Taiwan’s east coast railway accident
Written by Michael Reilly. On 21st October, a Puyuma express train of the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) came off the tracks near Suao in north