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Alex (Chengming) Ren

alex@talentseer.com

Alex (Chengming) Ren

Founder of TalentSeer and Robin.ly, Managing Partner of BoomingStar Ventures

Alex Ren is the founder of TalentSeer, an AI talent search firm, and the Managing Partner of BoomingStar Ventures. TalentSeer is one of the top AI talent services in the Bay Area. It digs deep into each focused domain to generate rigorous and accurate talent matching results for more than 100 high-tech companies worldwide. He is also the founder of Robin.ly, a video content platform for engineers and researchers. Through in-depth conversations with AI scientists, successful entrepreneurs, and influential tech leaders, we spread the necessary and skills and knowledge across multiple industries, maximize talent competencies, and strive to cultivate the next generation of tech leaders and entrepreneurs.

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My Latest Posts

2019 AI Talent Summit Highlights: Building Teams for The Future of AI

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October 15, 2019

In face of the rapid advancement of AI technology and commercial breakthroughs, this summit was convened to discuss AI talent insights with startups, VCs and corporates; allowing them to “have a better understanding, not only of the current talent market but also the various tactics in building and scaling a unique, resilient, and diverse team”. A prominent lineup of speakers from top startups and VCs shared inspiring insights and experience with 300 tech and talent leaders from a variety of backgrounds at the event.

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2019 AI Commercialization Conference: Trends & Challenges

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October 8, 2019

Robin.ly held its semi-annual conference on AI commercialization: Trends and Challenges on June 1, 2019. The event took place at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, between 1pm to 6pm.

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Qi Lu vs. Satya Nadella – How to Lead for Change

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August 19, 2019

Compared with Chinese leaders who emphasize more on inner cultivation, Indian leaders seem to pay more attention to the utilization of values, communication skills, and grasping an in-depth business understanding; this is much closer to the western definition of leadership. Thus, if engineers and researchers would like to cultivate their leadership skills, they should focus on soft skills first, as well as understanding the social impact generated by their occupation.

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