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PolyU Research and Innovation Office Newsletter Cover story: 

PolyU’s world class research competence leads InnoHK Centres in AI, design and vision science.

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5 May, 2022 (Thu)

With the rapid development of the Nation and the Greater Bay Area bringing unprecedented opportunities for innovation and technology, Hong Kong will play an even more important role in the ongoing process of innovation. PolyU will strongly support the Hong Kong Government’s important new initiative, InnoHK Clusters, which aims to develop the city into a hub for international research collaboration.

 

By harnessing its research competence in artificial intelligence, design, and vision science, PolyU has partnered with world-leading institutions to develop three research centres under two research clusters – AIR@InnoHK (focusing on artificial intelligence and robotics technologies) and Health@InnoHK (focusing on healthcare-related technologies). The centres are established in an effort to bring together leading researchers from around the world to conduct collaborative research in Hong Kong.

 

These three world-class research centres, which have commenced operation at the Hong Kong Science Park are:

 

  • the Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design (AiDLab), established in collaboration with the Royal College of Art, UK;

  • the Centre for Advances in Reliability and Safety (CAiRS), established with the University of Maryland, College Park, USA as the key research collaborator; and

  • the Centre for Eye and Vision Research (CEVR), established in partnership with the University of Waterloo, Canada.

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