The Hong Kong Sports and Leisure Expo presents a variety of sports and leisure brands, products and experiences, along with a number of free trials for visitors to enjoy, providing a new shopping and leisure experience and a fun summer activity for all ages.
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) helped the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) reach a research agreement with AI Medical Service (AIM) – a Japanese medical start-up which develops artificial intelligence (AI) endoscopic diagnostic technology – to accelerate development, promote it in Hong Kong and enhance clinical application in other Asian economies.
ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, an artificial intelligence (AI) research and development company, can quickly generate clear text content by learning and understanding reams of language data and can even actively write stories. As AI technology advances exponentially, it is inevitable that the industry will worry about whether traditional jobs will be replaced by AI in the near future.
Hydroponic cultivation calls to mind galleries with thousands of plants growing on shelves under but Hong Kong start-up Farmacy HK is rolling out Farming as a Service (Faas), supplying vending-machine sized Smart Mobile Farms to bring herb and vegetable cultivation right to consumers.
Authorities on Australia discuss post-pandemic market trends, business incentives, consumer behaviour and opportunities in the situation. There will also be a 15-minute business advisory consultation where you can exchange with expert consultants to better understand the market potential of Australia.
Can companies afford artificial intelligence (AI)? Small and medium-sized enterprises often need the power of AI even more than large ones. As AI applications become more and more extensive, the role of AI is greater than you imagine. From graphic design to virtual models, from advertising copywriting to automatic posting, all can be completed with one click. AI can save a lot of time and money and can also greatly improve productivity for SMEs with limited resources.
Leaders in the key Gulf states of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) enthusiastically welcomed the 30-strong Hong Kong delegation led by Chief Executive Mr John Lee and organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), underlining the city’s role to connect them with the world.
Hong Kong start-up RaSpect specialises in remote building inspections using drones to gather the data and artificial intelligence technology to process it – faster, more accurate, more comprehensive and safer method than traditional manual building inspections.
Business policies and regulations in Mainland China are different from those of Hong Kong – how should Hong Kong companies enter the mainland market and what should be paid attention to before opening?
In a fast-changing world the Middle East has become an economic hot-spot with many fast-growing economies which are rapidly diversifying beyond their traditional reliance on energy exports.
The inaugural InnoEX, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and Hong Kong SAR Government, offers exhibitors and visitors a chance to explore the next business opportunity at the premier platform for smart city innovation and technology commercialisation. Make your visit to discover next-generation strategies that provide a clear path towards brighter, smarter cities of tomorrow.