A night view of Shenzhen in southern Guangdong province on October 16. Shenzhen’s elevation to being the hub of the Greater Bay Area’s technological development has shone a spotlight on the shortcomings in Hong Kong’s embrace of AI, big data and other trends. Photo: Xinhua
A night view of Shenzhen in southern Guangdong province on October 16. Shenzhen’s elevation to being the hub of the Greater Bay Area’s technological development has shone a spotlight on the shortcomings in Hong Kong’s embrace of AI, big data and other trends. Photo: Xinhua
Adam Au
Opinion

Opinion

Adam Au

Hong Kong can meet Shenzhen’s challenge by embracing the big data revolution

  • Hong Kong is struggling to keep up with its neighbour and other cities that are competing for tech talent and firms with subsidies and other favourable policies
  • As we push out into a different Greater Bay Area, we must learn to embrace change and rewire our mindset for a world driven by AI and big data

A night view of Shenzhen in southern Guangdong province on October 16. Shenzhen’s elevation to being the hub of the Greater Bay Area’s technological development has shone a spotlight on the shortcomings in Hong Kong’s embrace of AI, big data and other trends. Photo: Xinhua
A night view of Shenzhen in southern Guangdong province on October 16. Shenzhen’s elevation to being the hub of the Greater Bay Area’s technological development has shone a spotlight on the shortcomings in Hong Kong’s embrace of AI, big data and other trends. Photo: Xinhua
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