DeepBlue Technology and Luxembourg LHoFT have signed an agreement to open three joint laboratories in Luxembourg that will focus on the research and development of Artificial Intelligence applications. DeepBlue will cooperate with PwC, KPMG, Farvest and Talindus to push its expansion into the European market.
SHANGHAI, Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- DeepBlue Technology, China's leader in Artificial Intelligence applications, will hold the signing ceremony of the "Sino-European Artificial Intelligence Strategic Cooperation" between DeepBlue Technology and Luxembourg LHoFT as well as the inauguration ceremony of the joint labs on September 12 - 13. Deepblue's distinguished guests are Luxembourg ambassador to China, Marc Hubsch, PWC Partner, Jorg Ackermann and KPMG Partner, Victor Chan Yin.
DeepBlue Technology and Luxembourg National Laboratory have issued the "Sino-European New AI Pattern Declaration" in order to mutually explore and create a new Artificial Intelligence frontier in which China will share its wisdom to grow the European manufacturing sector and partner with top Fortune 500 companies in Europe. The Sino-European Joint Laboratory will focus on Autonomous Cars, Smart Manufacturing, Data Analysis, and Financial Security. Luxembourg National Laboratory will be a distinguished guest to witness this milestone.
Additionally, DeepBlue Technology and its four strategic partners, PwC, KPMG, Farvest and Telindus, who have a very strong presence in the European market, have signed the "European Market Development Agreement" that will enhance the cooperation, optimization and innovation of Artificial Intelligence in China and Europe as well as create a new cooperation model with a wider scope and a well-organized structure which will lead to the development of a new Artificial Intelligence pattern.
The founder and CEO of DeepBlue Technology, Mr. Anderson Chen, stated that the cooperation with these partners is a very important milestone for DeepBlue. "We are honored to cooperate and collaborate with such important partners like PwC, KPMG, Farvest and Telindus for the research, development and application of Artificial Intelligence in Europe," said Mr. Chen. "The world is in the midst of great development, great changes and major adjustments in which countries are becoming more connected, yet more dependent. Openness and cooperation are the only paths to help us cope with the global trends to build a new world pattern for Artificial Intelligence. We look forward to establishing more partnerships with other European countries in the near future. From now on, every environment will be using the world's leading Artificial Intelligence technology to serve the market and promote the development of AI in Europe."
Jorg Ackermann stated, "DeepBlue Technology is an innovative Artificial Intelligence unicorn in the International scene with deep knowledge in many fields of AI. PwC is one of the world's largest professional service organization. We believe that we will complement each other's advantages and can jointly explore innovative applications of cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence technology in different business scenarios across many industries, create smart solutions for customers in Europe and all over the world, and become world leaders in AI."