Abigail Hing Wen is Sr. Director of Emerging AI Tech, Office of the CTO, Artificial Intelligence Products Group, Intel Corporation, and an Author. She serves as a business strategist and thought leader for next-gen AI emerging technologies and products, engaging with key AI customers and the startup ecosystem. She speaks frequently on AI and venture capital investing in national and international forums, most recently in Beijing, Berlin and Brussels. Her writings include pieces on AI and Privacy (Fortune), AI and Bias (Forbes) and Recent Breakthroughs in AI (Forbes). Abigail is also the New York Times best selling author of the novel Loveboat, Taipei, and has been featured in print and television on Bloomberg, Entertainment Weekly, the World Journal and South China Morning Post, among others. Her debut novel, a romantic comedy addressing issues of identity, immigration and leadership, sold in a six-house auction. Abigail is the Co-Chair of the Partnership on AI’s Expert Group for Fairness, Transparency and Accountability and sits on their Transparency Steering Committee. Previously, Abigail partnered closely with Silicon Valley investors as legal lead for Intel Capital’s AI investments and strategic transactions. She has worked with more than a hundred startups from incorporation to IPO or acquisition. Exemplary transactions include Intel’s $4.1B investment in ASML and $740M in Cloudera. She serves as board observer for Two Bit Circus, a virtual reality entertainment company based in Los Angeles. Prior to joining Intel in 2012, Abigail advised clients on Wall Street and in DC with the corporate group of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, clerked for the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit and worked on tech and innovation policy for the Senate Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Antitrust, Business Rights and Competition. Abigail holds a BA from Harvard in Government and International Relations and JD from Columbia Law School.