The National Development Council (NDC) and Taiwan AI Labs jointly propose the establishment of the Taiwan AI Federated Learning Alliance (TAIFA). This alliance aims to provide a trustworthy framework and mechanism for Federated Learning data governance. With a focus on personal data privacy, cybersecurity, and ethical concerns, it seeks to create a national-level, cross-ministerial, and cross-domain platform service.
Taiwan AI Labs actively promotes cross-industry collaborative learning applications in areas such as healthcare, finance, urban and transportation planning, business and culture, as well as manufacturing. It has achieved remarkable results, particularly in the healthcare sector. The organization has also established and collaborated with alliances such as the Taiwan Clinical Trial Consortium (TCTC), Taiwan Smart Healthcare Alliance (TSHA), and Kaohsiung Federated Learning Smart Healthcare Alliance, aiming to construct a comprehensive industry validation and certification mechanism. Their commitment extends from design, manufacturing, on-site application to international exports, with the goal of creating a comprehensive industrial ecosystem.
Recognizing the current challenges of money laundering, fraud, and talent shortage in the domestic financial sector, Taiwan AI Labs has developed a trustworthy and responsible collaborative learning financial platform. This platform provides comprehensive collaborative learning software and hardware solutions. Not only does it facilitate the integration of learning experiences from various financial institutions, enabling them to conduct practical testing and applications for shared learning objectives, but it also indirectly addresses the shortage of AI talent in regional banks.