The 2017 MIT Technology Review named 35 Chinese innovators under 35 yaers old in Beijing Tuesday.
This is the first time that the "MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35," a world-level science and innovation talent award, came to China.
Sponsored by Deep Tech, Award Ceremony of the MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 is held in Beijing on Jan. 30. (Photo: 163.com)
The list embodies the most talented science and innovation people in China, including Dr. Zhu Mingjie, founder and CEO of CreditX, Yin Qi, founder and CEO of Megvii Face++, Xu Bing, co-founder of SenseTime, Su Hua, founder and CEO of Kuaishou, Lou Tiancheng, co-founder and CTO of Pony.ai, Lu Chaoyang, professor of University of Science and Technology of China and Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Zha Zhengjun, professor of University of Science and Technology of China.
The MIT Technology Review has been selecting 35 innovators under the age of 35 every year since 1999, covering the fields of biomedicine, intelligent computing, new energy, new material and other emerging industries. It is divided into five categories: inventors, entrepreneurs, visionaries, humanitarians and pioneers.
Many people who have changed the world can be found on this list, such as Larry Page and Sergey Brin, co-founders of Google, Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook, and Jerry Yang, co-founder of Yahoo.
Award Ceremony of the MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 (Photo: 163.com)
"Financial 'intelligentialization' just starts its way," said Zhu Mingjie, co-founder and CEO of CreditX. "I hope more people can enjoy the true revolution and value brought by AI through our efforts."
Dr. Zhu Mingjie, co-founder and CEO of CreditX (Photo: ThePaper.cn)
(Compiled by Lu Fangzhu)