Seminar on Computational Thinking Education Organized by CoolThink@JC on 15 March 2019

The Entrepreneurial Experience of a Young Hong Kong Startup Founder

This Seminar, under CoolThink@JC funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, on The Entrepreneurial Experience of a Young Hong Kong Startup Founder (一個香港年輕初創者的創業經驗) by Mr. Rex SHAM (岑棓琛先生) will be organized by The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) on 15 March 2019 (Friday) for free with details as follows:

Keynote Speaker Mr. Rex SHAM (Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer of Insight Robotics Limited)


Date 15 March 2019 (Friday)
Time 2:30p.m. – 4:30p.m.
Venue Conference Centre (E-P-01), Block E, EdUHK
(10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po)
Language Cantonese narration (with English slides)
Enquiry email:
hotline: 2948 8554
Parking We strongly recommend participants to get to EdUHK by public transport. Limited parking spaces will be provided on first-come-first-served basis. Please send your request to if needed.

All are welcome to join this Seminar. Registration is on first-come-first-served basis.

Please reserve your seat by 3 March 2019 (Sunday). 

Speaker Bio

Mr. Rex Sham is the Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer of Insight Robotics where he is responsible for the company’s technology and innovation strategy. He has prototyped hardware and software solutions for the company’s current core technologies, as well as developed two co-authored patents and won various research and development awards for his inventions.
With expertise in robotics and artificial intelligence, Mr. Sham is committed to creating automated solutions to derive intelligent and actionable insights from data. He leads his R&D team in the development of ForestScan, a robot that works outdoors 24×7, monitoring the occurrence of Forest fires in 46 cities all over the world. He also leads the team in developing a unique software platform that allows drone operators to check, process and share aerial survey information on the cloud.

Speech Summary

In the traditional education, we learned that “Think before you Do” and “Plan before you Do” are the essences for success. But the world is changing so fast that sometimes when you plan with too much time, some company, some genius or even Artificial Intelligence all over the world might have already developed a solution for the issue we are working on. In this seminar, the speaker will talk about how to plan “just enough” and start working on it before you have the absolute answer for an issue. The speaker will talk about how iterative development strategies are being applied to his company’s products and solutions.





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