Chloe Lee is committed to improving Taiwan’s startup ecosystem and promoting entrepreneurship amongst her fellow peers. Lee is the founder of Trinalog Inc., a startup company providing innovative devices to support musicians and the co-founder of Quarter to TEN, a startup platform designed to promote entrepreneurship and innovation at National Tsing Hua University.
“Being ‘fed’ knowledge is how students in Taiwan are used to learning new things. This is the result of the Taiwanese education system, but school courses can’t catch up with the innovation of new knowledge and technology, so there are more chances that new technologies such as robots and AI system could replace the human work if the margin of human capital decreases. Therefore, I propose to promote the importance of self-learning in Taiwan and could even work with the current education system right now to motivate students!”