Appier’s Chih-Han Yu speaks during the company’s listing celebration in Tokyo in March this year. Photo: Handout
Appier’s Chih-Han Yu speaks during the company’s listing celebration in Tokyo in March this year. Photo: Handout

How a Stanford couple from Taiwan created the island’s first AI unicorn after eight failed attempts

  • Softbank-backed Appier went public in Tokyo in March, marking a historic win for the Japanese bourse which has few foreign listings
  • Appier represents a new breed of tech firm from Taiwan, which is dominated by chip and hardware giants like TSMC and Foxconn

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
Appier’s Chih-Han Yu speaks during the company’s listing celebration in Tokyo in March this year. Photo: Handout
Appier’s Chih-Han Yu speaks during the company’s listing celebration in Tokyo in March this year. Photo: Handout
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