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Webinar: How is AI Changing the Way We Create, Read and Learn

November 1, 2023 @ 7:00 pm 8:00 pm

In a digital landscape filled with numerous information, extracting reliable and insightful content may be a challenging but necessary task for all of us. With the help of Artificial Intelligence, can we create tools to facilitate the reading and learning process?

Our webinar on 1 Nov, “How is AI Changing the Way We Create, Read and Learn” featuring Mr. Cheney Cheng, Co-Founder & CEO of Apoidea will delve into the next step of content generation. You’ll discover the origins of Arbor News, a content curation platform leveraging the power of AI to provide concise summaries, analyses and insights from various media outlets. We’ll also explore the future of AI and what steps you can take to stay well-prepared in this rapidly evolving world.

Register for the webinar now and reimagine how we consume and prioritize content.

Discussion Topics

  • What is Arbor News and its goals
  • Impact of AI on content creation and how people absorb information
  • Future of AI and what we should do to be prepared

📅 Date: 1 Nov (Wed)
🕒 Time: 7-8pm
📍 Format: Online
💬 Language: English
🌐 Fee: Free Entry

About the speaker

Cheney CHENG, Co-Founder & Group CEO of Apoidea

Cheney is a serial entrepreneur and private equity investor. Cheney is the co-founder and Group CEO of Apoidea, a leading technology company in AI transformation. Cheney is also the co-founder of Altive, a SFC-licensed asset management company with an AuM over 1.5 billion USD, wholly owned by Apoidea. Cheney is a non-executive board director at SEBA Bank, a volunteer board member at D.H. Chen Foundation’s Institute of Impact Strategy and a venture partner at Pacific Century Group.

Prior to Apoidea and Altive, Cheney was a M&A banker in TMT industry, leading clients’ investment in A.I. companies around the globe. Cheney started his career at Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Cheney was also a co-founder of Teach For Hong Kong and Kids’ Dream, two charitable organizations.