The China Post
Date: May 17, 2017
By: The China Post news staff
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Adata Technology Co. (威剛科技), Taiwan’s biggest memory module maker, announced a foray into artificial intelligence on Wednesday.
Adata said it would bring together expertise in software, hardware, firmware, voice recognition, image recognition and AI to develop 10 service-oriented companion robots for home use.
“Artificial intelligence is continually evolving. Robots not only can increase production efficiency and reduce operational costs, they can also be everyday helpers and close companions for family members young and old,” Adata Chairman Simon Chen (陳立白) said. [FULL STORY]