Samsung launches CREATE Program, a research-based idea competition, in the PH

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Samsung Electronics Philippines recently unveiled the Samsung Create program, a national, research-based idea competition that encourages innovative applications of the latest global tech trends to elevate the Filipino lifestyle.

Samsung Create is an initiative aimed at university students and young professionals in the Philippines that uses artificial intelligence (AI), immersive and metaverse technologies, robotics, and network and connectivity technologies to generate ideas for innovations that can be applied to areas like education, government, and the environment. Participants in the Samsung Create program will also have the chance to get guidance from the top-notch engineers at the SPRH.

The program officially kicked off on November 25, 2022, and was attended by Department of Information and Communication Technology Secretary Ivan John E. Uy, Department of Trade and Industry Assistant Secretary Ann Claire C. Cabochan, University of the Philippines Assistant Professor Wilson Tan, University of the Philippines Los Baños College of Arts and Sciences Dean Dr. Maribel Sese, UP Rural High School Principal Mabel Buela, University of the Philippines Los Baños Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Roselle Collado, University of the Philippines Diliman Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute Professor Jaybie De Guzman,  lecturer Gabriel Villorente, along with SEPCO President Minsu Chu and SRPH Managing Director VP Yongduk Hwang.

“Samsung Electronics Philippines and Samsung R&D Institute Philippines are moving closer to our joint commitment to give the Filipino youth more opportunities to take part in the country’s transformation. Through this program, we also aim to equip students and young professionals with the necessary skills and experiences as they will be mentored by experts who will help turn their dreams into concrete solutions to today’s relevant matters in Education, Health, Agriculture, Governance, Environment and the Society”, shared Minsu Chu, President of  SEPCO. “With Samsung Create, our dream is for more Filipinos to have the opportunity to unlock their full potential as they embark on this journey where they can showcase their best innovative ideas.”

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Idea submissions are now open for the Samsung Create program, and the submission period ends on January 21, 2023. For more information on Samsung Create, you may visit is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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