with Esther Wong, Managing Director at SenseTime We invite Esther Wong, Managing Director at SenseTime to discuss. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ycw-hk-esther-wong-successes-in-artificial-intelligence-mon-aug-27-tickets-49242363234 Esther Wong Esther is the Managing Director for SenseTime and founding partner of SenseTime industry fund with assets of 5 billion RMB.
YCW's Hong Kong chapter was established in 2012 with its inaugural speaker, Dr. Willy Wo-Lap Lam, Adjunct Professor of History and Political Economy at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Located in an international financial hub, YCW has garnered a strong pool of members from the financial and services sector, academic and journalist communities. YCW Hong Kong has also hosted prominent experts in law, finance and journalism including:
- Michael C. Davis, professor in the Law Faculty at the University of Hong Kong
- Jason Bedford of UBS on shadow banking in China
- Barbara Demick, the Beijing bureau chief of the Los Angeles Times who spoke on North Korea.
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