See my question at the Q&A session of PBEC's 50 Anniversary Gala Dinner held on 17 October 2017 at the Asian Society, Hong Kong.
Video here. Whitepaper here.
The following distinguished guests attended along with over 30 ambassadors:
-Hon. Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
-The Hon Abhisit Vejjajiva, Former Prime Minister of Thailand;
-Mr Patrick Low, Director of the Asia Global Fellows Program ---Director at the Asia Global Institute, University of Hong Kong, formerly of the WTO;
-Ms Cyn-Young Park, Director for Regional Cooperation & Integration, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department, Asian Development Bank;
-Mr Rishaad Salamat, Business Anchor, Bloomberg (Moderator).
Venue: Formosa Room, 4F, Caesar Park Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan
Delivered my whitepaper on personal data currency before distinguished guests, professionals and rotarians. Received and answered questions on AI and GDPR.
The IIPCC.org will host this exclusive by invitation-only event "Commercialization of Innovation" in which I was invited to present a paper on the importance of intellectual property in fintech on the panel consisting of other distinguished speakers:
Prof. Carl Schramm, hailed by The Economist as the “evangelist of entrepreneurship";
The Hon. Randall R. Rader, Former chief justice of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (who has authored many important software patent eligibility cases);
Michael CHAN. Senior Vice President of the Market Development Division of Hong Kong Stock Exchange;
Mr. Nicholas W. Yang, GBS, JP, Secretary for Innovation and Technology of Hong Kong government;
Professor Guaning Su, Founding chairman of the Global Alliance of Technological Universities; and
other leading executives, venture capitalists and experts in attendance at the audience.
Due to a recent schedule conflict, I will be unable to attend.
Venue: Cyberport3, Core E, Training Rooms 1-3, Cyberport, Hong Kong.
Co-hosting and organizing a private primer session on cryptocurrencies, bitcoin and mining before the senior executives of one of the world's leading high-tech hardware company listed on the NYSE in their corporate headquarters. Cryptocurrency insiders from one of the world's leading bitcoin exchanges will make the presentations. This is truly a gathering of great minds with the potential to lead to more, hopefully. This is what I call genuine "fintech".
Last Saturday I spoke at a major fintech conference at the JW Marriott Hotel in Hong Kong on fintech regulatory approaches, intellectual property rights over blockchain tech, ICO valuation, lack of accounting standards to treat digital assets, outlook for China’s fintech market and concept of “corporate coin”. There was a lively discussion about the scalability of blockchain technology. Also discussed the impact of quantum computing on the future security and viability of blockchain technology.
My colleagues consists of some of the world's best developers, academics and mathematicians.
Presented speech in Mandarin about the competitive strengths required to effectuate a commercially feasible AI strategy and eco-system, focusing on the evolution from deep learning to cognitive reasoning. Also served as one of the judges to select the top three AI projects for cash awards.
Spoke on “Smart Manufacturing” panel regarding the impact of 3D printing on the South East Asian manufacturing ecosystem, role of intellectual property to protect competitive edge and monetization of data derived from manufacturing operations.
Horasis convened the 2019 Horasis Asia Meeting in Binh Duong New City, Vietnam, over 24-25 November. The event was co-hosted by Binh Duong Province, Becamex IDC Corp. and VSIP Group. The Horasis Asia Meeting brought together over 500 of the foremost business and political leaders from across Asia and the world.
Delegates discussed how to shape the path forward through Asia’s big transitions and how to adopt innovation to build towards a resilient Asia.
Author discussing the role of patents in fintech competitiveness with David Kappos, former Head of the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks, 5 Science Park West Ave., Hong Kong organized by IIPCC.org and co- hosted by David Kappos the former Head of the US Patent & Trademark Office. My presentation focused on the importance of patents and trade secret protection of fintech developments.
Appeared in Cheyenne before the House Minerals, Business & Economic Development Committee to testify on the reasons as to why the Committee should adopt bills for Financial technology sandbox (HB0057) and Special purpose depository banks (HB0074) both of which have since been enacted into law.