World Congress for Information Technology opened in Taipei

The World Congress for Information Technology (WCIT), one of the most important high-tech meetings in the world, officially opened. In his greeting, the President of the Law Association, Dr. Jan Grotheer, established an office in Taiwan for January 15 next year. Following the successful conclusion of the forum on 8 September, the Taipei representative will continue to work intensively to intensify the exchange between Taiwan and Germany in the legal field.

The 21st WCIT pursued the motto "Living the Digital Dream." In her inaugural speech, President Tsai said that the event was a great opportunity to drive international cooperation in the digital economy and smart applications. The government will do everything it can to transform Taiwan into a "smart nation" and measures such as the Asian Silicon Valley and the DIGI-Plus initiatives will make the country a benchmark for the promotion of new technologies. Taiwan welcomes foreign companies and their employees to explore the country's economy and cooperate with local companies in developing innovative products in areas like artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, she added.

Source: Tapei representation Germany, Berlin