About Us

Innovate AI in Taiwan and for The World

The Taiwan AI Labs (AILabs.tw) is a privately funded research organization based in Taipei. Expecting artificial intelligence to have major and transformative impacts on the landscape of technology, our goal is to leverage the unique advantages in Taiwan and build impactful AI solutions to solve the world’s problems.

AILabs.tw is headed by Ethan Tu, a former principal development manager at US-based tech giant Microsoft Corp. He is well-known as founding the PTT that has grown into one of Taiwan’s most influential online forums since its launch in 1995.

At AILabs.tw, we focuses areas in Healthcare, Smart City and Human interaction that include researches ranging from natural language processing, computer vision to deep learning.
Taiwan maintains largest share of global IC wafer fab capacity in the world and the National Health Insurance reform in 1995 has aggregated comprehensive medical data for more than 20 years. As cloud and IoT innovations support insightful data collecting capability and digitized data drives AI researches, AILabs.tw is at the forefront of data innovations.
According to Netease Wuzhen AI Summit Top Influential AI School 2016 report, National Taiwan University is the first school from Asia shown in top 50 AI universities list. With highly educated talents and strong academic activities, researches lead to incredible industry results. At AILabs.tw we have recruited top researchers, engineers as well as collaborated with academic institutions, to drives algorithm innovations.
Efforts to bolster the development of the nation’s artificial intelligence sector are gaining momentum following the establishment of Taiwan AI Labs in Taipei City in 2017. Our mission is to integrate AI expertise and resources from the academic, public and private sectors around the world for AI innovations.


Ethan Tu

Key Directors

Alphabetical order by first name

Chi-Cheng Jou
Chien-Yu Chen
Hung-Yi Lee
Lin-Shan Lee
  孫   民  
Min Sun
Mingsian R. Bai
Yun-Nung Chen
Yung-Yu Chuang

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