It Changed My Life: Founder of AI company is a technopreneur and a 'chiongster'

When she was 12, Ms Annabelle Kwok learnt how to hack so she could play video games. In her teens, she received job offers from big tech companies. Last year, at 24, she founded NeuralBay, a software company focusing on image analytics.

At 25, NeuralBay founder has made her mark in AI - and many things besides

Ms Annabelle Kwok hit the road over three weeks last month and boy, was her schedule hectic.

First, she ran a marathon in North Korea. Then, she hopped over to Beijing to check out the artificial intelligence (AI) scene. Next, she gave a talk on AI to students at NYU Shanghai.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 20, 2018, with the headline 'Technopreneur and a 'chiongster''. Print Edition | Subscribe