CPII is pleased to announce that our Centre Director, Professor Helen Meng, was interviewed by Ming Pao News on 11 July 2023 regarding the development of AI. In the interview, Professor Meng shared her insights on the challenges and opportunities presented by AI. She suggested that Hong Kong could learn from the experiences of Mainland China and the EU in developing regulations and policies to ensure the ethical and responsible use of AI. Professor Meng emphasised the importance of balancing innovation with ethical consideration.
We are look forward to her continued leadership in advancing the responsible development and use of AI in Hong Kong and beyond.
CPII is pleased to announce that our Centre Director, Professor Helen Meng, has been featured in Ming Pao News. In the interview, Professor Meng introduced the “AI Meeting Assistant”. “AI Meeting Assistant” provides real-time translation and summarisation services for conferences, using advanced artificial intelligence algorithms to recognise and translate spoken language, as well as to identify and summarise key points. With “AI Meeting Assistant”, users can translate a 2-hour movie and generate subtitles within 10 minutes.
CPII is pleased to announce that our Centre Director, Prof. Helen Meng, was interviewed by Phoenix TV on 9 May 2023. During the interview, Prof. Meng expressed that the rapid development of Generative AI might lead to a phenomenon called “Echo Chamber” which means people will only encounter information and knowledge that reflect and reinforce their own. She further shared that the database of Conversational AI is massive and some information might have copyright. Users should be aware of getting involved in plagiarism.
CPII is pleased to announce that the interview of our Centre Director, Professor Helen Meng has been published in the Chinese University Alumni Magazine Issue 113, p.25. In the interview, Professor Helen Meng shared her newest innovations, including Speech and Language Analytics Toolkit, and expressed her thoughts on the impacts of AI development. She hopes that CPII can help to realise the promise of AI and leverage Hong Kong’s international research networks for AI talent development and exchange. She believes that The Chinese University of Hong Kong, as a comprehensive university, can strengthen the research and development in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area.
CPII is pleased to announce that our centre has been broadcasted on the “Spotlight – Hong Kong” produced by Euronews in partnership with the Hong Kong SAR Government. In the episode, our Centre Director, Professor Helen Meng, explained the implementation of the “AI-based Personalised Product Design and Fabrication”. Professor Yam, one of our program leaders, and his team also slightly demonstrated the 3D human datasets and 3D weaving technology.
CPII is pleased to announce that our centre has been broadcasted on the 15th episode of “I&T New Era II”, jointly produced by the Innovation and Technology Commission (ITC) and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK). In the episode, one of our program leaders, Professor Yam and his team introduced the “AI-based Personalized Product Design and Fabrication” and demonstrated the 3D human datasets and 3D weaving technology.
“I&T New Era II” broadcasts on RTHK TV 31 with 28 episodes. The series introduces the latest R&D projects and results of the 28 research laboratories under InnoHK.
EVENTS Categories CUHK launches six InnoHK Centres to power the innovation agenda MEDIA COVERAGE November, 2021 Details can be found on the following website: CUHK launches six InnoHK Centres to power the innovation agenda