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2017-07-21

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Yann LeCun, Director of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research at Facebook, who is recognized as AI pioneer recently gave a talk about the research of AI and shared his insights on the future of AI with a roomful of people at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan.
National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) President Huey-Jen Jenny Su and the Director of Bank SinoPac Show-Chung Ho jointly signed a letter of intent at NCKU Museum on May 27 to launch a 3-year academic-industrial collaboration program aiming to set up Atelier Future, a program that educates and cultivates talents in financial fields as well as developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technologies in financial industry. Yau-Hwang Kuo, the Chairman of Institute for Information Industry and Chiu-Hui Chiu, the Director General of the Department of Academic-Industrial Collaboration and Science Park Affairs, Ministry of Science and Technology also attended the event.
On June 3rd, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) held the 2017 Commencement at 6 pm on Kuang-Fu Campus, with NCKU President Huey-Jen Jenny Su, Ogilvy & Mather Taiwan Chief Creative Officer Ta-Chung Kung, Legislator Jin-Pyng Wang and the President of National Tainan Girls’ Senior High School Wen-I Cheng attending the Commencement to wish wholeheartedly promising future for the graduates.
Thailand's Songkran Festival, also known as Thai Water Festival or 潑水節 is by far the most important event of the year for the Thai people. It's a time of fun and New Year ritual. The term Songkran itself means “The movement of the sun from Aries to Taurus''. In Thai tradition the festival includes the celebration of the end of one year, “Troot”, and the beginning of a new year, “Songkran”.
The “KnowLEDGE” Reading Center, a renewed space for both individual and collaborative learning, is the first reading space on campus to respond to the students’ need for study, discussion, and idea-sharing.
National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) President Huey-Jen Jenny Su was invited by Taipei First Girls High School (TFG) to share her learning experience and reflection on being a female scientist in global community on April 14 in Taipei.

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