Team

Weihong Zhang

Weihong Zhang

Weihong is a serial entrepreneur with technical background in artificial intelligence, big data analytics, machine learning and natural language processing. Previously he cofounded and CTO’ed two startups respectively in Silicon Valley and Shenzhen in the AI recruiting industry. Prior to his entrepreneurial life, he was an algorithm researcher and scientist in a number of research firms and universities. He had a PhD degree in Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. He published 20+ international papers and had 3 US patents.


Ke Duan

Ke Duan

Ke Duan has over 20 years of work experience in the US and China, in various industries such as health care, finance, trade, and NGO. With experience in multiple roles in cross fields, such as data engineer, entrepreneur, manager, investor, strategist, mentor, adviser, etc, he likes defining himself as deep-thinker & explorer & practitioner. He has 14 years experience working in Data Operation team of UnitedHealth Group. He has been Partner of Boston Angel Club (angel investment fund) since 2014. He also served as President of 128 Chinese Union of Technology Enterprises (128CUTE, 2016-2017), Co-President of MIT Economics and Talent Forum (MIT-ETF, 2006-2008), and Founding Adviser of MIT-China Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum (MIT-CHIEF, 2011). He completed undergraduate study in China, and graduated with two master degrees (Computer Science & Statistics) in the US.


Steve Crummey

Steve Crummey

Steve Crummey is an accomplished C-level technology executive with more than 35 years of experience at various startups that grew into companies with sales exceeding $500m. He served as CEO five times and as Chairman twice during his career. As a consultant, he helped Akamai develop their international channel strategy. He has particular expertise in international markets, including China and Japan. Mr Crummey has extensive experience in fund raising and M&A transactions. He was the Founder of Intranets.com that sold off to WebEx.