Mental Wellness Innovation and Tech Support
Startup Grind Shenzhen collaborates with AWS Greater China and creates a brand new theme series in 2020 to dig deeper into the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning industry. In April, June, and August, we shared the status of machine learning projects, the future of AI development, demonstration with real-life cases of AI applications.
To Wrap up this amazing theme event, our focus will be technical support for social innovation. Thanks to the special partners in December --- Global Shapers Shenzhen Hub, Amsterdam Hub, and Tencent Westart, there will be a diverse panel including Robin from inuka, Chex from Global Shapers Shenzhen Hub, and Sherry Xian from Luolai Health Tech, to discover how technology application could help with social innovation startup development and increase the accessibility to products or service.
In 2020, we've been handling changes and facing uncertainty more than ever before. Organizations and individuals, business leaders and co-workers, parents and students, we're all forced to adapt to new normals such as social distancing, remote working, home-based learning, etc. Fortunately, with technology, we're somehow able to connect with each other more closely. Therefore, together let's get inspired for our well-being in post-pandemic life.
If you are interested in mental health, social innovation, and AI technology, or you are stuck with some problems of increasing the accessibility of your innovative service with technology, welcome to join us.
This panel discussion will be in English
- What are the challenges of implementing mental wellness innovation projects under different cultural circumstances?
- How COVID-19 impact occupational health and suggestions for entrepreneurs/leaders to care for themselves and the remote working team?
- How technology (AI/ML) can support mental health business development and increase product or service accessibility?
- How is it possible to balance the survival of a commercial startup and the intention of social innovation?