Nina Xiang discussed 5G and how to avert the technology cold war at an online event produced by the US-China Series in conjunction with the U.S. China Business Council and the Washington State China Relations Council. This forum, “Your Chinese Supply Chain: Complexities and Challenges”, focused on the real-world implications of any transition and the […]
Nina Xiang was invited to speak at AI Summit SEOUL 2019 as a special guest. Organized by DMK, AI Summit SEOUL attracted several thousands of conference attendees, including more than 300 companies and organizations. Nina Xiang also presented her book Red AI: Victories and Warnings From China’s Rise In Artificial Intelligence and later signed books […]
The China-US Business Alliance invited Nina Xiang to present her book, Red AI: Victories and Warnings From China’s Rise In Artificial Intelligence to its members in New York City on November 7, 2019.
Nina Xiang is invited to speak at the Challenges of the Digital Future international conference hosted by Charles University in Prague. The conference took place on September 25 in Patriotic hall, Charles University. Sitting on a panel with fellow experts, Nina Xiang discussed and shared insights on the topic of artificial intelligence and its future […]
Nina Xiang moderated a panel on “How Corporates Work With Startups” at Slush China: Shenzhen event in August 2019.
Nina Xiang moderated six panels at the RISE conference Hong Kong 2019, discussing a wide-ranging of topics including artificial intelligence, venture capital investment, SaaS, and future of robots.
Nina Xiang, representing China Money Network, released a China AI outlook report at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China. “Next 10 Years: China’s Artificial Intelligence Future” details 10 industry leaders in China’s AI sector and their predictions for the next 10 years. Read more here: 10 expert predictions for the next decade in Chinese […]
In April 2019, Nina Xiang was invited to Sydney, Australia as part of the city’s visiting entrepreneur program and joined its CityTalks Sydney event and other tech gatherings. She shared insights and knowledge on China’s artificial intelligence sector with the startup, tech and government community in the country.
Nina Xiang spoke and moderated panel sessions during the Hong Kong Fintech Week and FinovateAsia conferences in Hong Kong.
Nina Xiang, the founder of China Money Network, announced the final results of the China AI Top 50 ranking during the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meetings of the New Champions in Tianjin, China.