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Theme: Reflection

This event occurred on
April 1, 2023
Shanghai, Shanghai

"Jue Xing" comes from two words: "awakening" and "reflection". "Awakening" means that we wake up from a certain degree of sleep and become more sensitive and conscious. "Reflection" means that we reflect on our actions and decisions in order to better understand our thoughts and actions.
"Awakening" allows us to consciously feel the beauty and uniqueness of life. We will pay more attention to the world around us and think more seriously about our actions and decisions. This kind of awakening can stimulate our inner creativity and make us more actively pursue our goals and ideals. However, awakening alone is not enough. We also need to reflect to supplement our awakening. By reflecting on our actions and decisions, we can better understand our own thoughts and actions. This kind of reflection can help us better understand our strengths and weaknesses, so that we can better play to our strengths and improve our shortcomings.
We need to stay alert, constantly awaken, and also reflect on our actions and decisions at all times in order to better understand ourselves and unleash our potential.

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Le Zhou

Artist and Researcher
Zhou Le (Aven) is an artist and researcher, whose artistic exploration and research include interactive media art, computer-generated art agent systems such as emergence, genetic algorithm and creative artificial intelligence, etc. In 2018, he began to focus on using artificial intelligence to achieve collaborative creation. In the same year, he founded the AI-enabled creative studio artMachines and led the team to engage in cross-disciplinary art practice. Zhou Le created the artificial intelligence art course at NYU Shanghai for the first time in 2019, and joined the School of Design of Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University as an assistant professor and head of the Interactive Experience Lab in 2020.

Liqin Gong

Ph.D. in Neurobiology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, ICEEFT International Certified Emotional Orientation Consultant, Supervisor, Certified Group Counselor by Irving Yaron College in the United States, Graduated from the Senior Group and Supervisory Group of the Sino-American Psychoanalytic Alliance (CAPA), National Secondary Psychological Counseling division. During his Ph.D., his main research direction was the neuroplasticity of long-term learning and memory.

Meina Sun

Sun Meina, a famous singer and a national first-class actor, is currently a professor of vocal music at Shanghai Normal University and a tutor for postgraduate students. She is engaged in the practice, research and teaching of popular singing and musical theater singing. She has sung theme songs and episodes for more than 20 film and television dramas such as "Fengshen Bang", "Tianmeng", etc. In 1993, "Autumn Woman" originally sung by her won the top ten in China's first "Oriental Billboard". Golden Melody Award; in 1995, she represented China in the 8th Asian Concert and performed on the same stage with the world famous singer Tanimura Shinji from Japan; in 1999, she performed in the "99 Shanghai Asian Music Festival" hosted by the Ministry of Culture "Our China" sang won the Top Ten Golden Melody Awards and the People's Favorite Song Award.

Ruimin Yelv

Associate Professor
Yelv Ruimin is currently an associate professor at the School of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science, Jiangnan University. Participated in the National Natural Science Foundation of China project "A New Method for Biochip Sample Spot Identification Based on Morphological Wavelet and Cellular Neural Network Algorithm" and "Research on Animation Emotional Soundtrack Technology Based on Gene Expression Programming", and presided over the Jiangsu Provincial Natural Science Foundation Youth Fund Project "Computing Research on Modeling and Creation Tools of Type Pigment”, presided over the development of Tipix, a painting application, with a cumulative user base of more than 3 million, and won the “Grand Prize of 2016 Apple Application Innovation Contest”.

Shujia Zhu

Zhu Shujia, a senior researcher, doctoral supervisor, and research group leader at the Center of Excellence in Brain Science and Intelligent Technology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. She serves as the chief scientist of the Science and Technology Innovation 2030 Youth Project and the chief scientist of the Youth Cross-Team of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. She has won titles such as Major Progress in Chinese Neuroscience, Shanghai Youth Science and Technology Talent, Outstanding Young Science and Technology Innovation Talent of Shanghai Branch, and Excellent Mentor of Chinese Academy of Sciences. She leads her team to actively respond to the national and social demand for brain health and focuses on a series of studies on an excitatory channel protein in the brain, NMDA receptor, and the mechanism of brain diseases.

Tong Wang

Associate Professor
Wang Tong, assistant professor and researcher at ShanghaiTech University, is currently mainly studying the mechanism of central nervous system injury and degeneration, trying to provide new ideas for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases. When I was working at the Clem Jones Alzheimer's Research Center in Australia, I became interested in the irreversible process of human aging.

Yajun Kang

CEO Coach
10+ years as the general manager of the Greater China region of foreign companies, 3+ years as the VP of the business department of listed companies, and 5 years for start-up companies (from A-round to pre-IPO); worked or worked in 6 countries; served as the general manager of Greater China, CEO@LVMH (Sephora), ToryBurch, Claires, Shanghai Jahwa, Adidas, Procter & Gamble, Fuai Medical. American SCC certified CEO coach, business mentor, executive team coach, certified private director coach, ICF certified PCC coach; Chinese MCC class one; co-founder, core coach and supervisor of Chuangwen Ecological Technology.

Yuefeng Ze

Artist and Researcher
Ze Yuefeng New media artist, art researcher, doctor of French art, currently working at Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts. Research directions mainly include post-modern technology and art, cognitive science aesthetics, digital interactive art, mixed reality art design, digital creative design of traditional Chinese culture, etc. He has won many honors such as Excellent Doctoral Dissertation in France, Outstanding Overseas Scholar by the Ministry of Education of China, etc. He has always insisted on his personal art creation practice, and designed and created a series of digital art works with both international vision and local characteristics. Ze Yuefeng’s personal creation emphasizes exploring the value and significance of modern scientific and technological progress to human beings’ survival in an artistic way, and hopes to tap the cultural connotation and aesthetic value of contemporary cutting-edge technology.

Yumei Qiu

CEO and Platform Organizer
Qiu Yumei is the co-founder and CEO of Ruiwen Information Technology. She founded China's first professional women's learning and growth platform, hoping to create exclusive online and offline courses for women by bringing together expert tutors from different industries and functions, helping Chinese working women break the ceiling of the workplace, have a stronger heart, and control themselves The fate of life, live out the radiance and self-confidence like a "heroine". Qiu Yumei was born in a rural family in Sanming City, Fujian Province. The surrounding environment is more or less stereotyped against women. Recalling the days when she was studying in Shanghai at the age of nineteen, she originally thought that big cities would be relatively fair, but when she graduated, perhaps because of her height of less than 1.6 meters and her unremarkable appearance, she became the last one in the dormitory.

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