Shunee really seems to enjoy these presentations. She mentions something about digitalizing medical data, which is a bit over my head. The CEO of Novartis also discusses recreating medicines, which does not seem to really apply to me, as nobody has gotten around to worrying about table medicine yet.
October 16-18, Singapore, TAUS 2019, Mandarin Orchard Hotel Deep in the heart of the historic Mandarin Orchard Hotel in Singapore, leaders of localization and translation companies met to discuss nothing less than the very future of the industry. Unbeknownst to guests and travelers, the hotel’s conference room hosts TAUS 2019, an event where industry giants […]
On January 23, 2018, Shunee Yee, Founder and CEO of CSOFT, opened up an evening at the Asian Art Museum with a speech highlighting the importance of language communications in a world that is not only getting smaller, but also being fundamentally changed by technology.
In Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s The Little Prince, one of the most translated books in the world, the acquaintance of the little prince is made through a simple drawing of a sheep in a box. The story has been translated into 253 different languages, and it teaches us to ……
It’s a lot more exciting to discuss how AI can continue to support human development and advancement, rather than how robots are going take over the world. At the same time however, we must admit that technology is advancing at a rate that is difficult for society to keep up with, and as we move forward, the synergy between man and machine requires careful planning.
As the final installment in CGTN’s special series about “Global Business in Guangzhou” covering the 2018 Fortune Global Forum, Shunee Yee discussed three major points with two other panelists – where the opportunities are for multinationals working with China, what the best way of globalizing is, and how China and its companies can better engage with the global community.
To celebrate the women of CSOFT and all their contributions and hard work, CSOFT ladies gathered together with some cake and refreshments and had a conversation with our CEO about women around the world, handling work and family, and how we should all embrace ourselves as women and stay true to our hearts.
From February 28 to March 2, 2017, the 33rd LocWorld Conference was held in Shenzhen, China. Google, Alibaba, IBM, and 300 other business representatives from approximately 30 countries gathered together with experts in localization to discuss how AI and automated translation is changing the world economy. Shunee Yee, founder and CEO of CSOFT International, delivered a keynote speech on the “Future of Work”, which drew great attention.
It is clear that the machines and networks that we have created to connect ourselves have become vital to our society’s existence. The Internet of Things (IoT) has increased the ability of machines to adapt to an environment, allowing for flawless interaction with human beings.
This week, CSOFT’s CEO and President, Shunee Yee, had the pleasure of being interviewed by CRI for “People in the Know,” a radio program presenting the latest insights into the headlines of China and worldwide events. Over the span of the 30 minute interview, Shunee was asked to offer her insights on the sharing economy […]