Where Innovation happens: Experts plead ideas for destiny mobility during a MQ! Innovation Summit in Beijing

“The destiny is being done in China, that is because we have brought a MQ! to Beijing,” says Gaby-Luise Wüst, President of Audi China“. Audi and China share a same suggestion of curiosity. This passion for consistent training generates a appetite that drives creation and transformation.”

External keynote speakers gave poignant impulses for an heated contention associated to opposite aspects of a tolerable society. Rethinking a attribute to mobility was during a forefront of everyone’s minds:

Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, Chairman CEO of Sinovation Ventures, explored a opposite magnitude of synthetic intelligence. Concerning a destiny of mobility, he stated: “The 3 large changes in a destiny for cars will be: float sharing, electrical vehicles and unconstrained driving. With unconstrained pushing we will save adult to 9 percent of sum tellurian time on earth.”

Peggy Liu, Founder and Chairperson of JUCCCE (Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy), talked about tolerable mobility in Chinese cities. “Over 30 cities in China will be totally electrified in open ride by 2020.”

Caritta Seppä, COO and co-founder of Tespack, a startup that provides mobile appetite solutions: “We are auxiliary also with a Audi Environmental Foundation. Together we are bringing appetite to remote regions and we are lenient rescue workers and people operative in serve regions in a some-more tolerable way.”

The element of all keynotes, row discussions and workspaces is accessible during www.the-mobility-quotient.com and also on Facebook during “The Mobility Quotient.”

Audi determined a MQ! Innovation Summit 3 years ago in sequence to plead a mobility quotient (MQ) as a magnitude of a mobility of a chairman or classification with experts from a fields of business and science. #neverstopquestioning has been a running element ever given a initial MQ! Summit in 2017. This year, for a initial time, MQ! was reason in China, during a Phoenix International Media Center in Beijing.