[July 24th 2023]AI education is deeply rooted on campus! CHU’s Malaysian students participated in a Microsoft competition and achieved excellent results
Four CHU’s Malaysian students from the Department of Information Management recently participated in the "2023 Future Student Intelligence Competition" organized by Microsoft Taiwan. Their project, an automated equipment borrowing and returning system called "Have It, Return It," made it to the finals and stood out among 25 participating teams from 15 schools. They received recognition for their excellent performance and were awarded a commendation.
Zhong Ji Qing, a third-year student from the Department of Information Management and a Malaysian student, expressed that their competition project was designed to address the traditional paper-based hardware property borrowing and returning registration used by many businesses. They developed an SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) automated borrowing and returning system. By simply using a QR Code, the system effectively resolves the issue of hardware property borrowing and returning for enterprises. The project took approximately two months to complete, and he is delighted that their team's first-ever participation in a competition led them to reach the finals and receive a commendation. It has been a fantastic experience for them. Team member Huang Wei Liang also mentioned that participating in the Microsoft AI competition was a rare opportunity. Besides improving his presentation skills, he was able to learn a lot from seeing other participants' works. Guo Si Li felt very happy about winning but also recognized areas for improvement after seeing others' achievements, and she hopes to make further progress in the next competition. Qiu Jia Chen believed that the competition process taught him valuable skills in designing posters.
Photo1/The four Malaysian students all agreed that the AI training courses offered by CHU were comprehensive and well-structured. They have successfully passed the international certifications of AI-900 and PL-900 from Microsoft, demonstrating their proficiency in AI-related knowledge and skills.
The four Malaysian students all have high praise for the AI education at CHU. They found the AI training courses to be very solid, and all four of them have already passed the Microsoft AI-900 and PL-900 international certifications. Guo Si Li believes that the AI education at the university is very advanced, while Qiu Jia Chen appreciates the unique AI⁺ Experience Center that sets it apart from other schools. Huang Wei Liang considers the AI education at the university to be among the top in all of Taiwan's colleges and universities, and Zhong Ji Qing mentioned that AI education has allowed him to prepare early for future employment. Currently, all four students have plans to enter industry internships during their senior year, and they also hope to stay in Taiwan for further studies or work after graduation.
Photo2/The four Malaysian students all agreed that the AI training courses offered by CHU were comprehensive and well-structured. They have successfully passed the international certifications of AI-900 and PL-900 from Microsoft, demonstrating their proficiency in AI-related knowledge and skills.