Computex technology fair, where thousands of participants from hundreds of countries are hosted, is getting stronger.
Computex, one of the most important organizations for the technology world, was canceled in 2020 due to the known pandemic. But probably next year things will be very different.
TAITRA, the organizer of Computex, and the Taipei Computing Association (TCA) have announced that they have decided to reschedule the Computex event by 2021. In fact, the dates of June 1-5 were given for 2021.
From AnandTech editors Ian cutressstated that the new organization will be held face to face on June 1-4. On the other hand, it is said that the participants must meet some requirements. In this context, COVID test or vaccination requirement may be sought among the requirements.
Afterwards, an official statement came from the organizers and it was announced that the fair will return as a physical exhibition between 1-4 June. Moreover, artificial intelligence will be used to create an intelligent Online-Merge-Offline (OMO) exhibition platform that connects the technology community.
Finally, Taiwan, which has a population of approximately 24 million, is said to have only 742 cases and 7 deaths. This is positive news for the future of the organization.