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  • Thunder Tiger’s stock soars with drone tech breakthrough

    Thunder Tiger Corporation’s shares surge on the successful rollout of commercial military drones, reaching a five-month high. With the Ministry of National Defense awarding lucrative tenders, the company’s drones, including the Seashark 400 and TM-450 Hornet, are poised for mass production to meet Taiwan’s military needs.
    2024/03/27 16:03
  • Early detection, healthy diet key in fight against cancer

    Discover how Taiwan is addressing the alarming rise in cancer rates among young adults, with innovative AI-powered detection methods and a focus on healthy lifestyle changes.
    2024/02/06 18:42
  • Foxsemicon stock dips after cyberattack threatens jobs

    Foxsemicon Integrated Technology Inc., a semiconductor entity of Hon Hai Technology Group, experienced a 2.3% decrease in stock price on January 17th after announcing a cyberattack that posed a threat to job security. The company’s website had been hacked, with a message posted on the homepage warning of job loss if management did not contact the hackers. The hackers claimed to possess 5TB of sensitive internal data, including customer information, which they had encrypted within the company’s system. Foxsemicon confirmed the intrusion and activated its defense mechanism while implementing recovery operations. Despite these efforts, some pages on the official website remained inoperable. The stock price initially dropped from NT$210 to NT$205 but rebounded to NT$207 by 9:28 a.m.
    2024/01/17 15:03
  • Taiwan can learn from Israel’s military training: Hsiao

    DPP vice-presidential candidate Hsiao Bi-khim praised Israel’s military service training and suggested that Taiwan could learn from their use of dual-use technology. Hsiao acknowledged the differences between the two countries in terms of military obligations and defense budgets. She emphasized the need for Taiwan to find its own path while learning from different countries, considering its unique historical and geopolitical context. Hsiao also advocated for extending Taiwan’s current four-month military service training period to a year, as many other nations do. She proposed that Taiwan could adopt advanced dual-use technology from other countries to provide servicemen with valuable skills and enhance their contributions to national defense.
    2023/12/26 11:27
  • Jaw Shaw-kong calls AI Taiwan’s new ’silicon shield’

    Kuomintang’s vice presidential candidate, Jaw Shaw-kong, proposes that AI should be considered Taiwan’s next "guardian mountain god" in a bid to position Taiwan as a leader in artificial intelligence. He advocates for the creation of an "AI Minister" position within various ministries, including the Ministry of National Defense and the Executive Yuan. Jaw questions the government’s plans for AI legislation and calls for a foundational AI law to address future challenges. He highlights the rapid advancements in AI technology and their ethical implications, praising the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company for its contributions. Jaw emphasizes the importance of supporting academic research and corporate AI initiatives, arguing that integrating AI technologies could enhance military efficiency, a crucial consideration given Taiwan’s limited armed forces personnel.
    2023/12/20 21:28
  • Taiwan unveils key technologies list, boosts security

    The Minister of Economic Affairs, Wang Mei-hua, stated that the release of the list of key national technologies will not impact businesses as they have been consulted beforehand. The focus is on enhancing the protection of critical technologies. The National Science and Technology Council revealed a list of 22 core national key technologies across defense, agriculture, semiconductors, space, and cyber-security, including two semiconductor technologies. Personnel involved with key technologies receiving over 50% subsidies from the government must seek permission before traveling to China, as per the National Security Act and the Act Governing Relations between the People of the Taiwan Area and the Mainland Area. The two semiconductor technologies listed are IC fabrication technology for processes smaller than 14 nanometers and heterogeneous integration packaging technology. Wang emphasized the importance of protecting key technologies to prevent confidential business information leakage and enhance national security standards. The next steps involve reviewing and providing lists of personnel meeting certain subsidy thresholds and involved with sensitive technologies to relevant entities for management purposes.
    2023/12/06 14:59
  • Taiwan’s MJIB adds deputy director for cybercrime fight

    Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan has passed a bill appointing an additional deputy director to the Ministry of Justice’s Investigation Bureau (MJIB) to enhance its capacity in handling surveillance technology and combating cybercrime. The new position will focus on managing technological development, detecting computer and internet-related crimes, ensuring information security, conducting forensic science, and overseeing communication surveillance. The move comes in response to the increasing demand for expertise in these specialized areas. Currently, the MJIB operates under the guidance of two deputy directors, but the rise in sophisticated crime has led to a significant workload increase in judicial forensic investigations. By expanding the number of deputy director positions from two to three, the MJIB aims to improve the professional handling of surveillance technology and strengthen national defense mechanisms. This legislative revision demonstrates Taiwan’s commitment to staying ahead of the curve in a rapidly changing security landscape and elevating the nation’s defense against cyber threats.
    2023/12/05 21:46
  • Taiwan Patriot missile mishap prompts investigation

    A Patriot missile launch by Taiwan’s military at Jiupeng Base resulted in an unexpected mid-air detonation. The incident occurred during a precision missile strike exercise, raising concerns about missile system integrity. Learn more about this unforeseen event.
    2023/08/15 20:14
  • Taiwan top weapons maker tests missiles to boost defense

    The Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology (CSIST) conducted missile tests on Monday and Tuesday (Feb. 6-7) in southern Taiwan. 
    2023/02/08 18:00
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