AI Home Plus
The company has R&D technology led by a professor from the Department of Electronic Engineering of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and currently has established R&D institutions in Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Foshan. The company relies on the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology’s advanced technology to create a home ecosystem that allows smart devices of different types, brands, and functions to connect and collaborate with each other. And the powerful artificial intelligence of the platform can be used to analyze the user’s usage data, improve the user’s service, and make the service better and closer to the user’s living habits. It can also push related third-party services to users according to their habits. Let smart life no longer have only temperature electronic products, but can automatically provide users with caring services at any time.
Meet The Founders 联合创始人
Born into a family of home decoration products, he is committed to the home furnishings industry, adheres to the practice of corporate social responsibility, and sincerely supports various charitable causes.
Studied abroad in the UK and graduated from the Department of Mathematics at University College London. He has worked at well-known financial institutions such as Morgan Stanley, HSBC Global Banking, and Bank of East Asia. After returning to China, he has been on the path of entrepreneurship to build his own businesses in Southern China in the last three years.
Possesses leadership quality, and ability and experience in brand creation.
Jack Lau, Ph. D.
Chairman, Swanland. AI Limited
Adjunct Professor, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Jack first obtained his BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from the University of California, Berkeley, under the Honors Degree Program. While at Berkeley, he was a recipient of the UC Berkeley Alumni Scholarship, Unisys Scholarship, Cray Research Scholarship and Coca Cola Scholarship. He had subsequently worked at Hewlett Packard, and Schlumberger, and a startup in the Silicon Valley.
Jack completed his doctorate study in Electronic Engineering at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 1994 and became the university’s first PhD graduate. He then continued his post-doctoral research at Stanford University. In 1998, after returning to the Faculty of Electronic Engineering of HKUST, he received his tenure there. His research areas at that time were consumer electronics and wireless circuits. Jack is also passionate in his teaching. He received a Teaching Appreciation Award from the School of Engineering of HKUST in 1995.
Jack completed his Kellogg-HKUST EMBA program in 2010.
Jack is a recipient of the 10 Most Outstanding Young Persons in Hong Kong (2000), Young Industrialist Award (2005), and Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2009 China award. In 2010, he was bestowed an Honorary Fellowship at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
He is also a holder of 15 United States Patent with the first one filed at the age of 23.