What’s the story surrounding COMPUTEX 2021?
COMPUTEX 2021 International Online Press Conference started yesterday, uncovering the leading ICT tradeshow in line to return in physical form from June 1 to 5, 2021. All the more significantly, COMPUTEX 2021, for the very first time, will use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to make a shrewd Online-Merge-Offline (OMO) exhibition, associating the tech network through an inventive model that breaks obstructions and constraints.
New tech to change the world
Dr Chien-Jen Chen, Former Vice President of Taiwan and Distinguished Professor of Academia Sinica, opened the gathering by introducing Taiwan’s scientific pandemic counteraction by utilizing the latest technology and big-data analytics.
He said that being a driving power worldwide ICT industry, Taiwan has enabled the ecosystem when the world suffers disconnection from ICT supply-chains and uses technology to deal with the possible crisis effectively.
He also added that starting now and into the foreseeable future, we need to remain prepared digitally! Even though we’re geologically far separated at this moment, he believes that the COMPUTEX 2021 new online resolution will make us tied together by shared visions and values.
Intertwining AI to the COMPUTEX Online and Offline stage
Mr James C. F. Huang, Chairman of TAITRA, the show’s co-coordinator, directed the question-and-answer session by declaring that COMPUTEX picks Appier as the strategic technology accomplice to give exhibitors and guests a tradeshow that is driven by AI.
COMPUTEX rides the digital conversion wave with tech leaders, said Mr Huang, adding that by implanting the AI technology, COMPUTEX can transform vision into the real world and change technology into chances.
Winnie Lee, COO and Co-organizer of Appier presented AI-driven technologies’ ability to enable exhibitors to accomplish business objectives, especially regarding accurate marketing and customer engagement.
Exhibitors can now convey hyper-customized experiences to occasion members by utilizing Appier’s personalization, and automation features clarified Ms Lee. By combining information about members’ external and onsite survey practices and interests, exhibitors can contact individuals with the most applicable content and accomplish maximal engagement and business cooperation opportunities with their intended interest groups, he further added.
Artificial intelligence is not, at this point, merely an “ideal to have” choice.
As indicated by IDC’s figure, 30% of the world’s leading 2,000 organizations (G2000) will embrace AI innovation by 2024. AI is not, at this point, merely a ‘nice-to-have’ choice, but a necessity for enterprises to upgrade their core technology in the new world.
Mr David Reinsel, Senior Vice President of IDC, said that the conventional plan of action has changed and shared the 2021 tech-trends at the conference. He said that today, organizations should quicken the movement of incorporated marketing and digitalization. AI can help organizations understand client inward and outward practices, anticipate client needs, and suggest useful items and administrations, upgrading client communication, and improving the potential for business participation.
Blasting new ways in what’s conceivable through innovation
As the interest for advancement and better technology increases, COMPUTEX 2021 will blast new technology ways. Seven topics will be headlining through the show and encompassing exercises, including AI and IoT, 5G, Edge Computing, High-Performance Computing (HPC), Cyber Security, Gaming, and Innovations and Startups.
COMPUTEX 2021 will be taking place from June 1 to 4 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 and 2 (TaiNEX 1 and 2), and at Taipei International Convention Center (TICC). InnoVEX will likewise be shown from June 2 to 4 on the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center’s fourth floor, Hall 2 (TaiNEX 2). More details will be reported on the official sites of COMPUTEX and InnoVEX.
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Sources: Twitter, COMPUTEX TAIPEI, 21st January 2021.