On Aug. 19, three leading experts from the industry of artificial intelligence gathered at Columbia Global Centers | Beijing and joined a panel discussion on the Opportunities and Challenges of Artificial Intelligence. The panelists include Xin WANG, SVInsight co-founder, former Grape Venture partner, and Geek Academy co-founder, Zhao HUANG, Turing OS Intelligence Strategy Officer, former Tencent Product Manager, and Xuchen YAO, the founder of KITT-AI.
President Bollinger and Dean Becker Attending Panel Discussion with CAFA Artists： Challenge of Art Education in the New Age
On November 9, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing, in partnership with Columbia University School of the Arts and the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), host a panel titled “Art, Artists, and Education in Contemporary Societies––China and U.S. Perspectives” successfully. Lee C. Bollinger, President of Columbia University, and Xinping Su, Vice President of CAFA were invited to deliver opening remarks.
On June 23, Dean Mary Boyce, from The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science of Columbia University, and three leading Columbia Engineering Professors Shih-Fu Chang, Jingyue Ju, and Yuan Yang visited Columbia Global Centers | Beijing.
On July 16, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing successfully held a panel discussion on entrepreneurship. Five Columbia alumni were invited to join the panel including Anna Fang-Hamm, CEO and Partner of ZhenFund, Advisory Board member of Columbia Global Centers | Beijing; Tianyi Tony Jiang, Co-Founder and Partner at Ocean Link; Yingnan David Zhu, Founder and CEO of ResumeHack; Bing Wu, Founder of Shimo; and Jun Andrew Hu, CEO of WonderMatrix.
Public Talk and Panel Discussion about Creative Labor and Economies of Trash by Director Liang Jiuliang on July, 2nd 2017
My friend once said if only Chinese media wasn’t restricted. Then I asked him: ‘let’s say we were free of control now and you were the big boss of the New York Times, which one would you choose, money or truth?’ He was shocked and said the answer would still be money.”