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Adriaan Landman is a Dutch entrepreneur who built his professional career around people, team management, business development, operations and process management. He spent most of his professional life in the media industry until he co-founded, Allread MLT in 2019. Allread MLT converts text, symbols and codes into Big Data using computer vision technology, character recognition and deep MLT. Landman is COO of Allread MLT and is responsible for strategy and operations.

Miguel Silva-Constenla is a serial entrepreneur, investor and scientist. He has a master's in Physics and has worked for over 20 years in a wide variety of fields, including IT, venture capital and private equity. His passion for AI machine learning technologies led him to co-found Allread MLT in 2019. He is now the CEO of Allread MLT, which, through computer vision technology, character recognition and deep MLT, converts text, codes and symbols into big data.

Computer vision-based SaaS platform auto reads, selects and converts relevant text, symbols and codes into big data to help digitize industries and supply chains.

Marçal Rossinyol is a computer scientist, associate researcher and R&D project manager in the Computer Vision Centre (CVC) in Spain, where he participated in over 20 competitive research projects at national level and also for the European Commission. Since 2005 he is teaching assistant and lecturer at the Computer Science Department of the Autonomous University of Barcelona.Rossinyol also joined entrepreneurship programs in digital humanities and automatic reading systems, which, in 2019, led him to co-found AllRead MLT, a deep-tech startup that converts text, symbols and codes to Big Data using computer vision technology, character recognition and machine learning. His interests also include deep learning, data science, reading systems, information retrieval and performance evaluation. 

Dimosthenis Karatzas is Senior Research Fellow and Associate Director at the Computer Vision Centre (CVC) of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). He specializes in computer vision, document image analysis and color science. In 2007, he co-founded TruColour in the UK, where he currently is a member of the board of directors. In 2013, he was awarded the IAPR/ICDAR Young Investigator Award “for outstanding service and innovative research in human perception-based document analysis.” Karatzas also worked as a Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool and University of Southampton in the UK. Since 2019, he has been part of the co-founding team of Allread MLT, a deep-tech startup that converts text, symbols and codes to Big Data using computer vision technology, character recognition and machine learning.

Founded in September 2016, OrionStar is an AI firm backed by Cheetah Mobile. Having created its own AI technologies in the fields of voice interaction, image recognition and visual navigation, OrionStar offers a series of robotics products, including smart speakers and mechanical arms.

AISpeech’s voice recognition technology has been widely applied by Alibaba, Tencent and other top companies in smart home, automotive and robotics products.

Germán León is an experienced UX/UI innovator and investor who is the Chief Experience Officer (CXO) and co-founder of Gestoos, a gesture recognition startup. Before establishing Gestoos, León was the European director of Oblong Industries, the firm that developed the technology used in the Steven Spielberg movie Minority Report. León had also co-founded Imersivo, the first customer recognition company that connects online shoppers to physical retail stores.

Having earned his master’s degree in Optical Science and Engineering from Tsinghua University, Lin received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 2008. In May 2008, he joined NEC Labs America, where he performed research on machine learning and computer vision. In November 2015, Lin was made director of Baidu’s Institute of Deep Learning. In March 2017, he was promoted to head of Baidu Research. Six months after being promoted, Lin left Baidu to found Aibee.

iFLYTEK is a Chinese software company that specializes in speech technology such as speech synthesis and speech recognition. Established in 1999, iFLYTEK was listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in 2008. With products like iFLYTEK Voice Input and iFLYTEK ViaFly, it has cornered more than 70% of the Chinese speech technology market. iFLYTEK has made investments in over 60 AI companies in the education, healthcare, loT, connected car and robotics sectors, where its products can be widely applied.

Pau Molinas is an investor and board member in several technology companies. He was one of the first investors in Gestoos, a gesture recognition startup, of which he is currently advisor.Molinas developed his professional career at HP, where he was its global VP overseeing HP’s printer operations. He graduated in Mechanical Engineering and specialized in Business Management from INSEAD, the London Business School as well as Spanish business schools EADA and IESE. 

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iLoF creates a digital library of optical fingerprints for non-invasive patient screening, early diagnostics and personalized medical treatments.

EMBA, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. A founder of China’s intelligent speech recognition industry, owns many patents. Liao was director of 863 Program (National High-tech R&D Program). Prior to WeDoctor, Liao founded enterprise communications company China Gtel, once worth RMB 300 million. 

Lachy Groom is a young San Francisco-based Australian entrepreneur and angel investor who gained recognition as a teenage coder and was founder of Cardnap and PSDtoWP, acquired by PSD2HTML.com. He also ran fintech Stripe until 2018. To date, he has invested in nine early-stage startups. His recent investments include in the $9m second phase of home physiotherapy tech solution SWORD Health's Series A round, in the $3.8m seed round of collaboration platform for data scientists, Deepnote, and in the $2.2m seed round of trading platform Convictional.

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