Founder of Aubot and Robogals
Marita Cheng is the founder and CEO of Aubot (formerly called 2Mar Robotics), which makes a telepresence robot, Teleport, for kids with cancer in hospital to attend school, people with a disability to attend work and to monitor and socialize with elderly people.
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Marita Cheng AM, inducted as the youngest Member of the Order of Australia in 2019, named by Forbes as one of the World's Top 50 Women In Tech 2018, Forbes 30 Under 30 2016, and 2012 Young Australian of the Year, is a technology entrepreneur and women in technology advocate. Marita is the co-founder of Aipoly. Aipoly's first application recognizes objects in real time on a smartphone using convolutional neural networks and relays them to people who are visually impaired. While on academic exchange at Imperial College London, Marita expanded the group to London and through innovation and sheer will, Marita then expanded Robogals throughout Australia, the UK, the USA and Japan. The group runs robotics workshops, career talks and various other community activities to introduce young women to engineering.
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Marita speaks about her work in robotics and AI and how those industries will impact the future of work, specific robots she has built and the creative process her team uses to dream up and build new robots, inspire crowds about her story of growing up in a migrant family in Cairns and how she came to where she is today, how she built Robogals into a global movement, or even just speaking about careers in engineering and why it is a career path that all young students should consider!
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