University of Hong Kong Faculty of Engineering humanoid robot 'Atlas'.  The government would inject HK$5b into the Innovation and Technology Fund to support research and development. Photo: Jonathan Wong University of Hong Kong Faculty of Engineering humanoid robot 'Atlas'.  The government would inject HK$5b into the Innovation and Technology Fund to support research and development. Photo: Jonathan Wong
University of Hong Kong Faculty of Engineering humanoid robot 'Atlas'. The government would inject HK$5b into the Innovation and Technology Fund to support research and development. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Leung Chun-ying's HK$5b plan to boost innovation meets wary response

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University of Hong Kong Faculty of Engineering humanoid robot 'Atlas'.  The government would inject HK$5b into the Innovation and Technology Fund to support research and development. Photo: Jonathan Wong University of Hong Kong Faculty of Engineering humanoid robot 'Atlas'.  The government would inject HK$5b into the Innovation and Technology Fund to support research and development. Photo: Jonathan Wong
University of Hong Kong Faculty of Engineering humanoid robot 'Atlas'. The government would inject HK$5b into the Innovation and Technology Fund to support research and development. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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