China's DeepGlint partners TAR UMT to introduce AI to technology students


Wong Thein Lai, deputy dean of research and development at the Faculty of Computing and Information Technology cum assistant professor of TAR UM, and Zhao Yong, DeepGlint Technology Co Ltd CEO

KUALA LUMPUR: China-based DeepGlint Technology Co Ltd and Tunku Abdul Rahman University of Management and Technology (TAR UMT) have conducted a seminar to introduce computer science students to DeepGlint’s advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

DeepGlint founder and chief executive officer Zhao Yong described the seminar as a valuable opportunity for students to learn about cutting-edge technologies and strengthen Malaysia's position in the global AI landscape.

"DeepCore, is currently exploring with TAR UMT to recruit students for a talent exchange program where the selected students will undergo training and hands-on experience within a mature AI business environment at DeepGlint’s headquarter in Beijing, China.

"The talent exchange program will allow us to find talents and at the same time, contribute to the AI development in Malaysia and ASEAN,” he said in a statement today.

DeepGlint said the event also aligned with Malaysia's goal of increasing talent exchange with China. - Bernama

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