Events

Past Event

Tech for Social Good

August 22, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Online

 

 

Join us to get inspiration and fresh perspectives that may help move your business forward! 

In this panel discussion, tech entrepreneurs and social innovators will provide you with insights into trends, opportunities, and challenges for today’s technology entrepreneurship, ways that tech-based companies are giving back to society, and the role that technology plays in solving social problems in areas such as education, health, and transportation.

This webinar is the eighth event of Beijing Center's Entrepreneurship Panel Series and a collaboration with Project Arena.

 

Panelists
Xiaoping Chen

Dr. Xiaoping CHEN, Professor at China Institute of Sport Science

 

 

 

Sanping LI

Sanping LI, Senior Principal Research Scientist at Dell Technologies, OCTO Research Office China. Li has 10+ years of experience in applied research and development of innovative technologies. He works directly on a wide variety of advanced technologies including deep learning applications, deep learning workload optimization, machine learning lifecycle and solution automation, specialized edge intelligence architecture, predictive infrastructure analytics, data visualization, sub-pixel mapping in remote sensing images.

 

Leon Zhao

Zichun ZHAO SEAS '15, CEO of Koala Reading. Previously, Zhao worked for Goldman Sachs Group and Oppenheimer Fund. He studied Financial Mathematics at the University of Chicago and Operations Research at Columbia University, and graduated with a top of 5%, listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2020, Hurun China Under 30s To Watch 2019, and selected into the list of New Entrepreneurs Under 30 in 2019. Since 2016, he has led the Koala reading team to focus on the research and development of Chinese graded reading, and created the world's first set of quantified Chinese graded reading standards.

 

Moderator
Jing TI

Jing TI SEAS '15, Founder of the Beijing Truelion Technology Company. Ti graduated from School of Engineering and Applied Science at Columbia University in 2015. After graduation, she established the Truelion company and developed a variety of products based on holographic optics and artificial intelligence technologies. The core products and services include three-dimensional (3D) optical measurement systems for transportation infrastructure maintenance and providing consultation services for data management, etc.

 

Reminders
  • Webinar will be livestreamed at 11:00 a.m. in Beijing Time (11:00 p.m. in NY Time) and conducted in Chinese.
  • After you complete the registration form, you will receive the meeting ID and password in our WeChat group.
  • If you have any questions, please email [email protected]