An unmanned systems research team from the KAIST poses for a photo at the Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC) in October.
Teams of graduate and undergraduate students developed their own autonomous driving systems to compete, judged by which car drives the fastest and safest through the 4-kilometer (2.5 mile) route in Sangam-dong's self-driving test bed area.
Datebase management company TmaxTibero developed a computer system that prevents traffic accidents.
LG Electronics will cooperate with KAIST to establish a Digital Health Care Research & Development Center, aiming to tap into the growing digital health-monitoring market.
KT joined forces with KAIST and two other institutions to develop and commercialize a large artificial intelligence (AI) language model by early 2022.
Under a memorandum of understanding signed Thursday, the company and university will focus on developing technology for “metaverse” concerts attended by avatars.
Krafton, the publisher of popular video game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, will donate 11 billion won ($9.9 million) to KAIST to nurture talent in advanced computing and software.
One of the pledges by new KAIST President Lee Kwang-hyung is to make students study less, a direction that borders on bizarre in Korea’s fiercely competitive education system, and even more so for the top-tier research university.
A couple in their 90s donated a building worth some 20 billion won ($17.6 million) to KAIST, the university announced Sunday. “Samsung Brush Chairman Jang Seong-hwan and his wife Ahn Ha-ock donated their real estate in Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam...
For three years in a row, no student admitted to KAIST in the fall semester chose nuclear power or quantum engineering majors — until last year. Only five freshmen in 2018 and four freshmen in 2019, who were admitted in the spring semester...