MIDA promotes AI among SME


“It is an application-ready package with a ‘plug-and-play’ feature for ease of implementation, ” said Mida.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) has partnered with Axiomtek to help local companies, particularly small and medium enterprises (SMEs), embrace Artificial Intelligence (AI) and move up the value chain.

Axiomtek, a Taiwan-based company, launched its AI Starter Kit to drive the country towards Industry 4.0.

“It is an application-ready package with a ‘plug-and-play’ feature for ease of implementation, ” said Mida. — Bernama

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