As China is rapidly emerging as a leader in technology and innovation, it may bring significant opportunities to both domestic and international investors. MSCI has launched a suite of China Tech Indexes including the flagship MSCI China Tech 100 Index, which offers investors access to the full China Tech growth story.
Nina Xiang attended Hong Kong Fintech Week 2020 virtual conference. She hosted several panels with speakers including Ning Tang, CEO of CreditEase, Cuijun Ma, CEO of Huize, Ning Ma, partner at Lingfeng Capital, Louis Liu Xi of FOMO Pay, Tim Lee of QFPay.
A video replay is available at Hong Kong Fintech Week’s app for registered event attendees.
Nina Xiang moderated a virtual panel during TechXLR8 Asia 2020 on a session: How Do We Ensure Privacy, Security and Ethics When Adopting AI in Cloud Computing?
A lot of the data that organizations are trying to model is core to their business and includes sensitive personal, financial, health and other crucial information. How do we protect data when running AI in cloud? What does modern cloud security infrastructure need to consider?
Nina Xiang is joined by three panelists:
Masato Hoshino: Head of Asia and Representative Director & President of Japan, Colt Technology Services
Mark Findlay: Director, Centre for AI & Data Governance, Singapore Management University
Maria Montes: Data Protection Officer and Head of Artificial Intelligence and Data Policy, UnionBank
Nina Xiang, Founder of China Money Network, and author of Red AI: Victories and Warnings from China’s Rise in Artificial Intelligence talked about the use of AI and robots during the coronavirus pandemic and what this means for human employment.
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 issues that the current debate fails to address. It took a deep dive into the issues of specific sectors: 5G, Agriculture, Apparel, Automotive, Chemicals, Semiconductors and the Medical supply chain.
CGTN’s Rachelle Akuffo speaks with Nina Xiang, Founder of China Money Network, and author of “Red A-I: Victories and Warnings from China’s Rise in Artificial Intelligence, about why Chinese tech has become a target for the Trump Administration.
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 for fans during the conference.