Taiwan is renowned for its precision manufacturing capabilities in the global information communication technology (ICT) supply chain. On the other hand, the current COVID-19 pandemic is showcasing the world Taiwan's superb healthcare quality. It makes us wonder what happens if we marry Taiwan's tech-manufacturing with its healthcare capabilities. We will share in this talk how AI disrupts and creates a paradigm shift for the Taiwan tech industry.
Trista is a tech executive, entrepreneur, and AI scientist. She is currently the Chief AI Officer at Inventec Corp., a world-leading computer and electronics manufacturer with annual revenue of more than 16 billion USD.
She leads Inventec in smart manufacturing, health and medical AI, robotics, and autonomous machines. Previously, Trista held leadership positions at startups and research labs. At Cognitive Networks, which was later acquired, she led the algorithm and data team. At Intel, she conducted research on computer-vision (CV) algorithm and hardware co-design. With the Intel team, she also developed the world's most widely adopted CV software, OpenCV, which has been downloaded 18 million times as of now. At Nvidia, she architected Nvidia's first video processor. Trista received her Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University. She co-authored 30+ publications, 30+ issued and pending patents, gave keynotes and invited lectures at conferences and universities, and frequently received media interviews.