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Taipei Tech and TMU join hands to establish Brain Intelligence Technology Center


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Taipei Tech and TMU join hands to establish Brain Intelligence Technology Center

Taipei Tech and Taipei Medical University joint hand to establish the Brain Intelligence Technology Center aimed at explore more possibilities between medical and technology. In the future, these two universities will not only provide micro credit courses but also integrate academic research and practical application to better fit patients’ need.

The center opening ceremony and press conference was held on October 31. Taipei Tech Vice President Dr. Yang Che-hua noted that the challenge of today’s medical information technology lies in how to integrate different fields such as engineering, medical, big data, and AI, to keep people alive or improve patients’ life quality. Although Taipei Tech doesn’t have medical related department, we have been working with medical unities for over 20 years. So far, Taipei Tech has gained many outstanding R&D results and experiences in electronic engineering, electronical engineering, mechanical engineering, molecular, and medical design. With Taipei Medical University’s abundant medical data and Taipei Tech’s technology, the center is expected to achieve a lot in talent cultivation and academic research.

Before co-establish the Intelligent Brain Technology Center, the two schools were both in the University System of Taipei. Dr. Su Zhao-jin, Dean of the Office of Research and Development of Taipei Tech, noted that Taipei Tech will provide course about brain-machine interface.


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