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- The lesson is that the number of patents (produced by Taiwan) is irrelevant. After all, products that are discarded do not need patents. Universities and researchers must adjust their modes of thought. It is not just the sheer quantity of papers published, but whether the topics of such papers would be of help in ensuring the future of Taiwanese society.
- Chen Liang-gee (2017) cited in "INTERVIEW: Minister says role is to be ‘trailblazer’ for technology" on Taipei Times, 3 April 2017
- Artificial intelligence is a trending development across the globe and Taiwan has an advantage in development because of its strong semiconductor industry, which offers easier access to equipment and computer chips.
- Chen Liang-gee (2017) cited in "INTERVIEW: Science minister wants to attract 3,000 AI experts" on Taipei Times, 23 July 2017