The World's Largest Laboratory of AI and IoT is located in Shanghai

- Jan 18, 2019-

Microsoft's largest laboratory of artificial intelligence and Internet of Things settled in Shanghai on the 16th, which is also Microsoft's first laboratory in Asia Pacific and the third laboratory in the world. It is reported that the laboratory is located in the artificial intelligence island of Zhangjiang Science City, Shanghai, with a total area of 2800 square meters. It is scheduled to officially start operation in April 2019.

The mission of Microsoft Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things Laboratory (Shanghai) is to promote the innovation, development and industrialization of solutions and applications of Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things. After the completion of the laboratory, it can provide innovative and upgraded services covering seven stages of "creative incubation, design and development, test experiment, prototype production, technical support, market cooperation, operation guidance" and end-to-end research and development of intelligent manufacturing products for eligible enterprises every year.

The lab's mission is to provide facilities and expertise for start-ups in the Internet of Things and AI fields, including laser cutters, reflux furnaces and 3D printers, as well as personnel with specialized skills in Internet of Things hardware, embedded system software, cloud engineering design, Internet of Things, machine learning and AI. Startups can apply to use the lab, and if the application is accepted, they plan to attend a 1-3 week short-term training program that allows them to go beyond the prototype stage without hindrance and prepare to enter the market.

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