HONG KONG, September 9 (ZXS) -- "Use Al Faster!" organized by customer engagement and marketing technology service provider Aurora Corporation!" The seminar was held in Hong Kong on the 5th, and a number of Hong Kong politicians and business people focused on the application of generative artificial intelligence in business scenarios to express their views.

Sun Dong, Secretary for Innovation, Technology and Industry of the HKSAR Government, said in a video speech that artificial intelligence technology is being widely used in all walks of life, and new industrial models have been derived. At the beginning of this year, generative artificial intelligence has become a hot topic in the world, and domestic and foreign technology companies have successively launched various large-scale artificial intelligence models. "We are happy to see the AI market blooming."

Sun Dong said that Hong Kong has high-level universities and scientific research institutions, and the SAR government has launched different schemes to fund AI research and development projects. In the future, the HKSAR Government will continue to closely monitor the development, application and development of AI technology in Hong Kong with an open attitude, so as to strike an appropriate balance between promoting technological innovation and technological standardization.

LegCo Member of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Fernan, delivered a keynote speech at the seminar to analyse Hong Kong's potential to become a headquarters for AI applications in the Asia-Pacific region. She believes that Hong Kong is not dominant in terms of general-purpose large-scale AI models, but Hong Kong can adjust local AI development based on general-purpose large-scale AI models, and provide accurate solutions for application scenarios in various industries by training industry-specific professional materials.

Based on this, Hung suggested that Hong Kong should make good use of its advantages such as free data flow and status as an international financial centre, formulate corresponding development strategies and supporting measures, and explore cross-border data flow mechanisms with the Mainland to create an AI innovation and technology ecosystem with Hong Kong characteristics.

At the seminar, Aurora officially launched an artificial intelligence application development platform called "GPTBots", which aims to provide users with end-to-end business services, using add-ins to seamlessly integrate artificial intelligence robots into existing applications and workflows.

Luo Weidong, CEO of Aurora, said that as the artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT opens the door to infinite possibilities, Hong Kong enterprises need to introduce "enterprise-based" AI robots to employees, customers and partners at full speed to create new products and markets. Luo Weidong said in an interview with China News Agency that the platform now has nearly 1,000 experience users, of which about 10% are from Hong Kong. (End)