Wisenut (CEO Yong-Sung Kang) announced on the 3rd that it has signed an agreement for technology exchange and cooperation in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) with Korea University’s Human-inspired AI Research Center (Chairman Hee-Seok Lim).
The agreement was signed by both sides with the intent on the development and importance of AI source technology, and is expected to secure core source technologies through continuous technology exchange.
Hee-Seok Lim, professor of Korea University’s first human-inspired AI research center, is also in charge of the research project of’Neurological symbolic model knowledge learning and reasoning technology development (Ministry of Science and Technology). This project is studying deep learning technology that reflects a knowledge graph network that can be used as a future chatbot core technology.
In addition to this agreement, Wisenut has been actively investing in the development of artificial intelligence and big data source technologies for the past 20 years, and has been steadily transferring superior technologies through close cooperation with specialized organizations in each field.
Representative examples ▲ Artificial intelligence (AI) automation platform and security control AI model creation know-how (KISTI, 2019) ▲ Productive hostile neural network (GAN)-based machine learning data generation (Konkuk University, 2018) ▲ Korean using deep learning technique And individual name recognition technology (Korea University, 2017).
“The most important thing in the IT industry beyond SW is to secure source technology for specialized fields,” said Kang Yung-seong, CEO of Wisenut. “In cooperation with Korea University, we can strengthen competitiveness in the AI ecosystem and create a virtuous cycle. “We will try to help you.”
On the other hand, Wisenut is Korea’s Southern Power’MY KODI’, Seoul Metropolitan Government’Seoul Talk’,’Airbot’, and Incheon International Airport Corporation’s’Airbot’, Shinhan Bank’ Aurora’ and Chung-Ang University have the largest number of AI chatbots in Korea.
By Kim Kwang-hoe, reporter [email protected]