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  • Innovation & Technology
Bard Vs ChatGPT 哪個AI更好用?
24/11/2023
In an article by Prof. Erwin HUANG, Adjunct Professor of the Division of Integrative System and Design (ISD), he compared the functions and usability of Bard Vs ChatGPT, two most popular AI chatbot in the market.
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  • Innovation & Technology
OpenAI阿爾特曼風波啟示
24/11/2023
In an article by Prof. Erwin HUANG, Adjunct Professor of the Division of Integrative System and Design (ISD), he discussed the recent controversy surrounding OpenAI and its co-founder Sam Altman, with implications for the AI industry.
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  • Student Bonding & Development
科大全港唯一「海洋科學與科技學士學位」課程
24/11/2023
Prof. Stanley LAU, Associate Professor of the Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR), introduced the latest curriculum of HKUST’s BSc in Ocean Science and Technology (OST), Hong Kong’s first and only UG program related to ocean science.
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  • Environment & Sustainability
Extreme Weather Takes Heavy Toll, Carbon Reduction a Must in Daily Life, HKWPEA Launches Environment and Conservation Fund Carbon Neutrality Campaign
24/11/2023
In an article on the Environment and Conservation Fund Carbon Neutrality Campaign launched by the Hong Kong Women Professionals and Entrepreneurs Association, it was mentioned that the campaign has received support from 14 professional and business organizations, including the Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR).
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  • Innovation & Technology
京穗港專家熱議"廣州建設中心型世界城市"
22/11/2023
In an article on the 57th "Guangzhou new observation" academic roundtable conference, Prof. Xun WU, Professor of the Division of Public Policy (PPOL), analyzed the challenges faced by Guangzhou in the context of science and innovation. He emphasized the importance of innovative industry-academia-research collaboration mechanisms in building Guangzhou as a hub for science and innovation.
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  • Innovation & Technology
Kidult最佳聖誕禮物
21/11/2023
In an article by Prof. Erwin HUANG, Adjunct Professor of the Division of Integrative System and Design (ISD), he commented on the best Christmas gifts for kidults, and using games to get familiar with a future dominated by technology.
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  • Innovation & Technology
灣區人才多 利創科發展
17/11/2023
Prof. Pan HUI, Chair Professor of the Division of Emerging Interdisciplinary Areas (EMIA), attended the World Young Chinese Entrepreneur Summit yesterday. He said the GBA offers significant development opportunities, adding that high-end electronics, automotive manufacturing, metaverse, VR and AR movies will have a bright future in the GBA.
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  • Innovation & Technology
2023世界青年科學家峰會內地與港澳青年未來發展論壇在浙江溫州召開
13/11/2023
Prof. Wei HAN, Research Associate Professor of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR), delivered a speech on how collaborative innovation facilitates social development at a forum of the 2023 World Young Scientist Summit last Saturday and joined a "Youth Dialogue" session with other guests.
2023世界青年科學家峰會內地與港澳青年未來發展論壇在浙江溫州召開
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2023世界青年科學家峰會內地與港澳青年未來發展論壇在浙江溫州召開
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2023世界青年科學家峰會內地與港澳青年未來發展論壇在浙江溫州召開
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2023世界青年科學家峰會內地與港澳青年未來發展論壇在浙江溫州召開
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2023世界青年科學家峰會內地與港澳青年未來發展論壇在浙江溫州召開
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2023世界青年科學家峰會內地與港澳青年未來發展論壇在浙江溫州召開
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  • Public Policy
Putin loosens lid on nuclear tests as Russia steps back from test ban treaty
12/11/2023
In a column article by Prof. Julien DE TROULLIOUD DE LANVERSIN, Assistant Professor of the Division of Public Policy (PPOL), on the potential arms race among major global powers, he said that while Russia is unlikely to resume full-scale nuclear testing on its own, its decision to repeal ratification of an important treaty upsets the fragile balance amongst it, the US and China.
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  • Public Policy
Approval of the National Security Law Might Lead to Another Protest
10/06/2020
Prof. Albert PARK, Affiliated Faculty of Dual Degree Program in Technology and Management (T&M-DDP) said the approval of the national security law might lead to another six to eight months of protests in the city.
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  • Public Policy
Better Childcare Can Help Raise Fertility Rate
10/06/2020
Prof. Stuart GIETEL-BASTEN, Professor of Division of Public Policy (PPOL) and LI Zilin, PPOL PhD candidate discussed about why childcare services is an important factor that affects fertility rate.
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  • Public Policy
HK’s Inadequacy in Social Welfare and Protection
10/06/2020
Prof. Donald LOW, Professor of Practice of Division of Public Policy (PPOL) said the social unrest and the pandemic have exposed HK’s inadequacy in social welfare and protection, which the HK government should reflect upon.
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  • Environment & Sustainability
Sustainable Fund Flow is Important to Urban Planning in China
10/06/2020
Prof. Ye QI , Director of Institute for Public Policy (IPP) shared his insights that the Chinese government should create opportunities for sustainable fund flow for infrastructure investment and financing, as well as strengthening urban planning in China in the long run.
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  • Business & Economy
It’s Time to Plan for a Messy U.S.-China Divorce
11/06/2020
Prof. Christine LOH,Chief Development Strategist of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) shared her thoughts that the U.S.-China divorce will likely involve deep and wide collateral damage, affecting US corporate interests in China.
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  • Business & Economy
China's Street Vendors Rush To Sell Despite Mixed Messages
16/06/2020
Prof. Albert PARK, Affiliated Faculty of Dual Degree Program in Technology and Management (T&M-DDP) said he is skeptical that promoting a street vendor economy will substantially boost consumption as hawkers may draw away businesses from regular shops.
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  • Public Policy
Same Criteria Needed in Evaluating Responses to Pandemic
19/06/2020
Prof. Naubahar SHARIF, Associate Professor of Division of Public Policy (PPOL) stated the importance of using symmetrical criteria while analyzing or evaluating different places’ responses to COVID-19 crisis.
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  • Business & Economy
China and the US Must Find Ways to Coexist
23/06/2020
Prof. Christine LOH,Chief Development Strategist of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) shared her thoughts on why she thinks China and US should find ways to coexist instead of decoupling.
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  • Innovation & Technology
Early Responders Fight Pandemic
30/06/2020
The new smart anti-microbial coating developed by the research team led by Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) and Prof. YEUNG King Lun, Professor of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) was featured in articles on the potential market of disinfectant products.
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  • Innovation & Technology
Study: Hong Kongers Value Environment But Lack Smart Tech To Track Energy-Saving
03/07/2020
Prof. Masaru YARIME, Associate Professor of Division of Public Policy (PPOL), Prof. Erik BAARK, Emeritus Professor of Division of Social Science, Prof. NG Tze-Ling, former Assistant Professor of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Dr. Constantine SPANDAGOS, Postdoctoral Research Fellow of PPOL, have conducted a study and found that smart technology tools could facilitate energy-saving in HK households.