The Computex technology and hardware fair in Taiwan is due to take place again next year from 1 to 4 June. The organization has announced this. This year the fair was canceled due to the corona crisis.
Computex 2021 will take place in early June at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall 1 and 2 and the Taipei International Convention Center. The fair is organized around the seven themes of 5G, artificial intelligence and the internet of things, edge computing and high-performance computing, cybersecurity, gaming and innovations and start-ups. At least such are the plans like the organization of the fair that published Tuesday.
Taiwan has so far managed to keep the number of covid-19 infections extremely low. In total, according to official figures, the country had 742 infections in the whole of 2020, resulting in seven deaths. Since yesterday, four new infections have been added. For last year it was decided to postpone Computex first and then to scrap it entirely, but the organization dares to announce that the event will take place again next year in physical form.
The communication quotes a scientist from the Taiwanese research institute Academia Sinica on the use of big data and new technology at an early stage to keep the number of corona infections in the country low: share technological application with the world. “