Are you ready? Meet 56 global fellows
on November 19!
At exactly 9:30 PM on November 19,
the second THINC Fellowship opening ceremony
will kick off and launch a whole new year of exchanges and dialogues.
In the coming year, 56 interesting and exceptional young leaders
who harbor big dreams, aka THINC Fellows,
will meet to discuss the topic of “Technology x Humanities.”
Among these THINC Fellows, we find a member of the 2020 Class of Young Leaders for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as set by the Office of the UN Secretary General’s Envoy on Youth, a language communication expert who has received tens of millions of page views, a philosophy professor who focuses on the ethics of artificial intelligence, and a digital leader of the World Economic Forum. Additionally, we have a digital security expert who cares about the rights and interests of vulnerable groups, an entrepreneur who holds multiple invention patents, and a Cambridge University scholar who has been deeply involved in the academic research and published many papers in leading journals.
This year’s THINC Fellowship 2022 Cohort has 56 young leaders from 35 countries and regions. They engage in on- and offline discussions or actions to create an inclusive global community and a better future for the world.
During this opening ceremony, the introduction of the THINC Fellowship 2022 Cohort will initiate a new convergence of ideas, signal the emergence of a global intellectual community, and welcome the voices of future changemakers in the cross-cultural dialogue for the upcoming year!
Join us via Zoom meeting!
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The first THINC Fellowship officially commenced in July 2021 and concluded in July 2022. It gathered 56 young leaders from five continents and hosted 10 online seminars and seven offline events. During these 10 events, the topics of discussion involved biomedicine, positive psychology, metaverse, blockchain, NFT and sustainable development, among others. Fellows conducted in-depth cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural debates on said subjects. Moreover, the fellowship resulted in friendship.