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    Date : 29 March 2018 (Thu)

    Funded by the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme (PASS) of HKSAR, HKITIC (FHKI Group 25) organised the “International Forum: Cloud Computing, Big Data and AI in Realising an Intelligent Society” at Hong Kong Science Park on 29 March. Dr David Chung, Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology, HKSAR was the Guest-of-Honour of the Forum. Jason Pun, Assistant Government Chief Information Officer (Cyber Security and Standards), HKSAR was invited to deliver keynote speech on big data applications by the Government. Several speakers from Alibaba Cloud, IBM, Huawei, NVIDIA and CLP shared their latest practices of big data analytics and AI. Peter Yeung, Head of Electronics and ICT Cluster, Smart City Platform, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation chaired the panel discussion on how IT Professional can adopt these platforms for their business development. Showcase demonstrations on big data analytics were arranged during the Forum.

    This Forum is one of the deliverables of the project “Road to Big Data – Technical Enhancement Project for Hong Kong Information and Technology Industry”. Coming next is a series of training courses on big data & AI, please visit the project website ( for details.

    Speaker's presentation:
    1. Jason Pun, HKSAR
    2. Raymond Xiao, Alibaba Cloud HK, Macau & Taiwan
    3. Samson Tai, IBM China/ Hong Kong Limited
    4. Ivy Zhou, Huawei Technologies Company Limited
    5. Dr Simon See, NVIDIA AI Technology Center
    6. Austin Bryan, CLP Holdings Limited

    Group Photo of FHKI leadership and guests

    Around 200 participants attends the Forum

    Guest-of-Honour: Dr David Chung

    Jason Pun shares with audience on big data analytics applications by the Government

    Panel Discussion chaired by Peter Yeung (first left)

    Showcase demonstrations on big data analytics




    This material / event is funded by the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.  
    Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material/any event organised under this project do not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region or the Vetting Committee of the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme.


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