Yang Qiang, professor of artificial intelligence at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, discusses a partnership between HKUST and WeChat to grant university researchers access to data generated by the mobile app’s users. Photo: Dickson LeeYang Qiang, professor of artificial intelligence at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, discusses a partnership between HKUST and WeChat to grant university researchers access to data generated by the mobile app’s users. Photo: Dickson Lee
Yang Qiang, professor of artificial intelligence at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, discusses a partnership between HKUST and WeChat to grant university researchers access to data generated by the mobile app’s users. Photo: Dickson Lee

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Yang Qiang, professor of artificial intelligence at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, discusses a partnership between HKUST and WeChat to grant university researchers access to data generated by the mobile app’s users. Photo: Dickson LeeYang Qiang, professor of artificial intelligence at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, discusses a partnership between HKUST and WeChat to grant university researchers access to data generated by the mobile app’s users. Photo: Dickson Lee
Yang Qiang, professor of artificial intelligence at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, discusses a partnership between HKUST and WeChat to grant university researchers access to data generated by the mobile app’s users. Photo: Dickson Lee
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