Insights from the report will be further discussed at a panel hosted by Lenovo and Gen.T on November 24.
Moderated by Gen.T’s Lee Williamson, two panelists will engage in a conversation about the art and science of building an innovative company. Both speakers are Gen T awards – Rena Dharmawan and Maxime Tint – who use technology to innovate and solve challenges within their respective industries.
Dharmawan wears many hats: she is a consultant surgeon at the Singapore General Hospital and National Cancer Center Singapore, co-founder of two medtech startups, and an academic who established a healthcare innovation program for students at Duke-NUS Medical School. helped
His co-panelists address inefficiencies in the hue, real estate, and hospitality industries. His company GTriip uses machine learning to automatically verify the identity of a photo, and biometric sensors and digital keys on smartphones allow people to check in and out of commercial buildings such as hotels and offices faster, more securely and without contact. gives access.
The panel is part of a private event in Singapore that marks the beginning of the partnership between Lenovo and Gen.T. The event will bring together 80 Lenovo technology founders, business leaders and partners from across the region to celebrate ThinkPad’s 30th anniversary.
Aligned with their mission to catalyze positive impact, Lenovo and Gen.T are collaborating to amplify the stories of Millennial and Gen Z innovators across Asia and encourage people to think better and deeper through a range of inspiring content.
For more information about the ThinkPad 30th Anniversary campaign, visit the ThinkOn website. Read the lenovo think report 2022 For global insight into the state of our thinking.