Grab made headlines in March of this year when they acquired Uber's operations in Southeast Asia. This session will explore the change of landscape in the ride-sharing industry since the acquisition, the company’s plans for Asia and the world, and the new areas of technology that are full of opportunities.
What is the significance of artificial intelligence? What is the true core of AI? Is speech recognition the key element of AI? What can we do to make AI navigation really understand people for better usability？
Sometimes we don't hear of unicorn companies until they reach that billion dollar valuation. But what does it take to turn a concept into a company, and then to turn that company into a hugely prolific player in the tech industry?
Co-founder of Ethereum, ConsenSys
The founder of Ethereum brings us the story of how the platform has grown to become one of the most prominent and important in fintech.
AI is making its way into the newsroom, but how do we tame the algorithms? What are the opportunities? The challenges? What are the media literacy implications of an algo-driven world? What is the accountability of a news publisher, and what is the accountability of a platform?
CMO, Uxin Group
What are the major changes we can expect, and not expect, in marketing, advertising and adtech over the coming months and years?
Will we all be ride-sharing in self-driving vehicles by 2050? A discussion on the most decisive changes in personal mobility in the next decade from those with the highest stakes.
Chairman of IPification, GMID, BVL, Benefit Vantage Limited
Chairman, Esquel Group
Is Hong Kong the perfect location when you are looking to conquer Asia and the world?
A unique session bringing together an Olympic gold medalist & World Cup winner with a combat sports world champion to discuss what's needed to get to the top, and what lessons sport can teach us as we try to build and grow a company.
We've seen a number of very large funding rounds for Asian companies over the past 12 months. With Tencent, Softbank, Alibaba and many others investing big money into up-and-coming companies, is this a good thing for tech in the region, or should we stand up and say stop?
Are there particular traits that every leader needs to have? Or is every leader unique in every which way? This session will hear from three founders and CEOs with completely different backgrounds on what they think is needed to lead.
乔尔·斯伯斯基，Stack OverFlow 联合创始人兼CEO
CEO & Co-founder , Stack Overflow
Stack Overflow has in the region of 400 million unique visitors every month. For developers it is the front page of the internet - but why?
Managing Partner, GGV Capital
Partner and CEO, ZhenFund
Global Head of Innovation and Partnership & Asia Pacific，Head of Digital, Retail Banking and Wealth Management, HSBC
CEO & Founder, Cloudflare
Founder & Executive Chairman, Hony Capita
Asian companies are equipped to conquer the region, but how do they scale and grow in other parts of the world? And how can others from further afield gain a foothold in Asia?