The following lists various awards that are related to Dr. Chun's artificial intelligence R&D work. A separate page lists Dr. Chun's personal AI awards.
Awarded in recognition of MTR's effort in enhance customer experience through digital initiatives under Rail Gen 2.0 programme to provide more personalised services. MTR has significantly transformed markets using digital and disruptive technologies across the Asia Pacific region. Dr. Andy Chun's artificial intelligence software to help passengers identify the most suitable ticket types is one of four key initiatives included in this award. [info]
MTR's "An Integrated System for Engineering Works Management" project received the merit award. Dr. Chun designed the AI Engine used in this project. The award ceremony took place on 30 Nov 2014 in Jakarta, Indonesia. In total, there were 183 nominations from 17 countries in the Asia Pacific region. [info]
Awarded for the AI Engine, designed and created by Dr. Chun that manages engineering works for all the railway lines in Hong Kong. This is version 2 of the software. The previous 2004 version only manages the pre-merger subway system. [info]
Established in 2006, the HKICT Awards recognizes outstanding ICT inventions and applications. In 2014, the MTR, PCCW, and CityU team won the Gold and Grand Prizes in the Best Business Solution (Application) Award category with "An Integrated System for Engineering Works Management" project. The next-generation redesigned system schedules and manages all engineering works for all railways in Hong Kong. This award honors outstanding applications developed in Hong Kong that provides competitive advantages as well as exemplar use of information technology. [info]
Awarded for a fleet management system designed and created by Dr. Chun for Swire Travel. [info]
Awarded for a knowledge management and data mining system created for the Hong Kong Immigration Department. [info]
Awarded for a volunteer scheduling system created for the Hong Kong Equestrian Events (part of the Beijing Olympics). [info]
Awarded for an engineering works scheduling system created for the Hong Kong MTR subway system. [info]
Representing Hong Kong, the MTR engineering works scheduling system won the Best Industrial Application Award in the Asia-Pacific competition. [info]
The MTR engineering works scheduling system was also recognized by the HK Computer Society as one of the best IT applications of the year. [info]
The MTR engineering works scheduling system also received recognition for its AI technology innovation. [info]
Awarded for a nurse rostering system created for the Hong Kong Hospital Authority. [info]
Awarded for an airport standing allocation system created for the Hong Kong Airport Authority. [info]
Awarded for success in applying AI to solve mission critical scheduling problems in Hong Kong.
Awards received by CityU during Dr. Chun's tenure as CIO:
The City University of Hong Kong received two Triple Gold Awards for website accessibility, and two Gold Awards for mobile app accessibility. We achieved the highest level of compliance to the accessibility guidelines issued by the Hong Kong Government for 3 consecutive years.
This Scheme recognizes organizations in Hong Kong that have made their websites and/or mobile apps accessibility to all people, including the blind and physically disabled. The City University of Hong Kong received two Gold Awards for website accessibility and two Gold Awards for mobile app accessibility, indicating that we have reached the highest level of compliance to the accessibility guidelines issued by the Hong Kong Government.
The annual worldwide award program recognizes 40 security projects and initiatives that have delivered groundbreaking business value through the innovative application of risk and security concepts and technologies. The CSO40 Awards were selected by a panel of peers that included security leaders, industry experts and academics. CityU received an award for its modern "Security Information and Event Management" (SIEM) project that protects the University against newer sophisticated methods of cyber-attacks.
This seventh annual government technology award celebrates the programmes of Asia's most successful government, education and healthcare organisations. The FutureGov Awards is the international benchmark by which public sector innovation is judged. In 2013, the City University of Hong Kong received the First Prize for "Green Government" - "recognising excellence in the planning, execution and positive environmental impact of digital sustainability programmes" and Runner Up in the "Education Organisation of the Year" Award - "recognising excellence in tertiary education administration."
The 26th annual award program recognizes organizations around the world that exemplify the highest level of operational and strategic excellence in information technology; organizations that have created business value through the effective and innovative use of IT. In 2013, CityU was honored for its "334 IT Implementation" project that transformed the University to a new "Discover-enriched Curriculum" (DEC) approach to higher education.
Established in 1988, The Computerworld Honors Program brings together the men, women, organizations and institutions around the world whose visionary applications of information technology promote positive social, economic and educational change. In 2013, the City University of Hong Kong was named a Computerworld Honors Laureate in the Sustainability category for its use of technology to create a greener campus.
This Scheme recognizes organizations in Hong Kong that have made their websites accessibility to all people, including the blind and physically disabled. The City University of Hong Kong received two Gold Awards for reaching the highest level of compliance to the Web accessibility guidelines issued by the Hong Kong Government.
CityU received the 2012 FutureGov Award for "Digital Inclusion" and runner up for both the "High Education Organization of the Year" Award and the "Wireless Government" Award. This sixth annual Asia Pacific government technology awards celebrates the programmes of the region's most successful government, education and healthcare organisations. This year, in total, there were 23 categories with 650 nominations from all over the Asia Pacific region.
The Honors program, founded in 1988, recognizes organizations and individuals who have used information technology to promote and advance public welfare, benefit society and change the world for the better. [info]
CityU was named one of the top 5 Finalists for the 2012 IT Excellence Award for Best Business Enabler from IDG and MIS Asia. The annual IT Excellence Awards programme recognizes IT organizations and CIOs for management excellence and for the original and creative use of technology to help attain business goals. In particular, the "Best Business Enabler" category recognizes IT teams that have helped their business create new opportunities and improve customer service.
CityU was one of 5 recipients of this award, recognizing the top 5 organizations in Asia for "exemplary use of technology to derive strategic value and maximum returns for their businesses... a role model for our IT community through its effective use of ICT to generate a competitive advantage." [info]