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The College of Informatics represents the strong ambition of the University to further integrate recent innovations in sciences and technologies with the strong social and humanities studies of existing colleges. This new college, along with Bachelor Program in Artificail Intelligence Applications, will be established in August 2021, strengthening the scientific research of the thirty-year old Department of Computer Science and particularly its cross-disciplinary cooperation both within the University and with international institutions. Research, applications, and ensuing societal influences and impacts of advanced technologies, including artificial intelligence (e.g., machine learning), information security, efficient communication alternatives (e.g., 5G), and internet of things (IOT), are targets of the College. Working with faculty members of the University, we shall offer interdisciplinary courses for students with non-technological background to nurture their abilities to apply and manage technologies along with their original expertise. The new College will also set up new cooperation mechanisms among faculty members for both cross-disciplinary research and industrial applications.

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  • Cross-Field Cooperation
  • We are related to the current ten colleges on campus, combining with the College of Education to develop digital learning, with the College of Law to discuss science and technology ethics and privacy protection, with the College of Communication to develop new digital media influence, and with the College of Social Sciences and the College of Commerce to develop digital transformation and other teaching and research opportunities, actively introducing external resources and mutually benefiting each other through teaching and research.

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  • Socail Responsibility
  • Based on the core of information theory and technology, we expands and practices information innovation and application to solve social problems, and induces social innovation through the integration of people, society and information technology, hoping to practice social welfare and generate social influence. Achieve the ideal goal of university social responsibility.

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  • π Type Telents
  • Integrate information technology into the school’s existing academic strengths, such as humanities, legal business, communication, education, international affairs and social sciences, and create a unique development blueprint at home and abroad that integrates people, information technology and society. The training of information professional knowledge, coupled with the undergraduate professional knowledge of students, has the ability to cross expertise, cross field, and cross vision.

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