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Mathematical theory of deep learning
Deep learning has resulted in breakthroughs in dealing with big data, speech recognition, computer vision, natural language processing, and many other domains, according to Professor Zhou Dingxuan at the 46th talk in the President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia at CityU on 11 November.
Picturing high-dimensional data
Professor Joe Qin Sizhao delivered the latest instalment of the President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia.
Symposium explores business opportunities along Belt and Road
Distinguished scholars, leading figures from the industry and professional bodies, as well as government officials shared their insights at a symposium that was organised by the Research Centre for Sustainable Hong Kong at CityU on 7 January.
Vision Impossible!
Professor Sir Colin Blakemore delivered his talk in the President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia.
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The School of Veterinary Medicine has received very positive feedback from a major accreditation body following a visit to CityU in December 2016.
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A relaxed dialogue with the President of CityU has revealed a personality at once dedicated to science and filled with the joys of life.
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CityU has launched the first high-definition student-run campus TV station (City TV) in Hong Kong in a bid to nurture students’ professional competency in a new era of multimedia communication.
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In a bid to bolster communication with students and further understand their needs, Professor Way Kuo, CityU President, had a lunch meeting with the Students' Union Executive Committee.
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CityU and the State Language Commission signed the second collaborative agreement, on 13 June, for the University to continue to administer the National Putonghua Proficiency Test, which will be expanded to encompass the whole of Hong Kong.
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CityU Library organised the third Outstanding Academic Papers by Students award ceremony to give recognition to students who excel in academic writing.

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