Hanyang University ERICA, New AI Integrated Research Center
Will nurture students talented in AI for 3 years, with a government-supported fund of 4.1 billion won
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On the 16th, the Ministry of Science and ICT announced that a total of four universities, including Hanyang University ERICA, have been selected for the AI Integrated Research Center this year.
It is a focused education and research center where the government provides intense financial support to nurture new, talented Master's and Doctoral students in areas related to artificial intelligence to conduct integrated research, according to the "Artificial Intelligence National Strategy" that the government announced last year.
The AI Integrated Research Center emphasizes conducting creative integrated research and education, having an AI major at the center while cooperating with other majors.
Hanyang University ERICA, which has been selected as a host of an integrated research center, will receive government funding of 1.1 billion won in the first year, and 1.5 billion won over the next three years.
School is planning to nurture AI Integrated talents through University-Industry cooperation and joint research projects, connecting the medical and pharmaceutical areas, which are ERICA's strengths, and the local specialized industry.
Global News Team
Translation by: Lee Won-young
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