Taipei Medical University collaborates with Quanta Computer Inc. to develop artificial intelligence applications in the medical field

Source: Office of Business Development

Published on 2020-04-10

In July of 2019, Taipei Medical University (TMU) signed a memorandum of understanding with Quanta Computer Inc. on TMU campus, with both parties committing to collaborate and develop artificial intelligence (AI) applications in the medical field.


By integrating TMU’s clinical resources and Quanta’s technological support, it is hoped that this will boost Taiwan’s international standing in AI medical technology.

TMU president Chie-Huang Lin signing the memorandum of understanding with Quanta Computer chairperson Barry Lam.

The University shall carry out cross-discipline collaborations with Quanta Computer, combining the expertise and talents of both parties in the medical and AI field, and depending on needs, develop localized or globalized AI medical technology and smart hospitals, as well as the develop diverse AI application in the medical field. It is hoped that this collaboration will stimulate innovations and breakthroughs in the Taiwanese medical field, and allow Taiwan’s medical prowess and influence to be shown on the international stage.

Group photo of TMU and Quanta Computer representatives

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