Chinese Artificial Intelligence in Europe through Greece

Anderson Chen Haimpo, speaking in "K," points out that through Greece he aims to extend DeepBlue Technology to the broader region of Southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean.

Chinese Artificial Intelligence in Europe through Greece
Chinese Artificial Intelligence in Europe through Greece


In this context, he signed an agreement with the Department of Informatics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in the field of research.


Priorities of Chinese DeepBlue Technology, which took place a few days ago in the formation of a strategic alliance in Greece, include the transfer of know-how, the strengthening of application development research and the creation of new AI (Artificial Intelligence).

To this end, DeepBlue Technology CEO Anderson Chen Hambo was last week in Athens and announced the Group's entry into the Greek market with artificial intelligence applications (AI) that aspires to change public transport, payments, retail trade but also the urban environment.

Anderson Chen Hambo, speaking in "K," points out that through Greece he aims to extend DeepBlue Technology to the broader region of Southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean.

In this context, he signed an agreement with the Department of Informatics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in the field of research.

The investments it intends to implement will focus on the transport sector with the development of a self-propelled bus and AI applications for smart cities. DeepBlue Technology is based in Shanghai and operates internationally, and has research centers in Luxembourg, the US, and Australia.

We chose Greece for four main reasons: First, Greece has a long history of research and development, dating back to ancient times.

The passion and experimentation, values ​​of utmost importance to us in the development of new artificial intelligence technologies for use by the general public, are in the culture of the Greeks.

We believe that if these common values ​​exist at the start of research and the development of a new product, we will lead to new prospects and increase products and technologies. Second, Greece is a strategic hub between Asia and Europe and is also on the traditional silk road.

It means that Greece has always attributed a positive value to the cultures of Europe and Asia, and we believe that in the new economic environment this strategic position and its value will shine on the world stage.

We want to be here and get along with Greek society and economy. Greece's ports are already the busiest in the Mediterranean, while Greek production and research and development are promising and have much potential for the future. Thirdly, Greece can be an excellent example of a case study on the transformation of society through Artificial Intelligence (AI), as the country presents a unique combination of the old and the new.

Greece is a developed and, at the same time, traditional society. Here old cities and stories coexist that we must highlight and turn them into use in the new digital age.

The creation of a digitization culture and projects such as DeepBlue's AI CITY framework can help Greece make the most of city revival projects. Finally, we have excellent partners in research, production, and business development, and we believe we have the right team to take up this challenge at the right time.

We look forward to meeting the challenge ahead with our partners, the local community and, of course, our customers here in Greece.

The work we are just starting will bring us new research opportunities that other Chinese companies may not have. It will also place us in a more advantageous position, and we will have partners in the Mediterranean region that will allow us to expand rapidly to neighboring countries shortly.

We want to cultivate open channels of communication in the research and business communities of China and Greece and create a strong network of collaborators that will enable us to achieve our goal of harnessing our complementary strengths and reducing our weaknesses.

We are already seeing it coming, as we have just completed a competition that will help Greek start-ups to understand and possibly collaborate with Chinese artificial intelligence companies. It is a small, but critical, step towards more extensive future partnerships.

Yes, I believe so firmly. However, Greece needs a robust public infrastructure to support artificial intelligence.

I mean infrastructures such as fast and reliable internet connection, cheap data programs, high penetration rates of mobile and laptop, learning coding, and programming from school.

Who knows; One day we can use a piece of Greek technology in our everyday life.

The highest level of education I believe suffers from infrastructure issues due to the country's poor finances. Nonetheless, I think the potential for doing something good exists, even though it is in a state of hypnosis.

The government must find a way to mobilize this potential and bring back the talents needed to carry out high-quality research and development. Research also depends on supportive networks such as education systems and funds investing in start-ups. It is necessary to create a whole dynamic ecosystem for study to flourish and yield.

On issues of artificial intelligence, Greece is still in a learning phase. It needs to have more interaction with other international institutions and create opportunities for talents that will receive guidance on cutting edge artificial intelligence technologies from abroad.
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