Chair IEEE IC Social Impact Measurement
Mei Lin Fung is a technology pioneer working to ensure that technology works for humanity as the remaining 50% of the people of the world come online. In 1989 she was part of the 2-person skunkworks team that developed “OASIS,” the first customer relationship management (CRM) system internal to Oracle under Tom Siebel. She was Director of Finance for Marc Benioff when he was in charge of the Desktop and Direct Marketing Division. She later served as socio-technical lead for the US Dept. of Defense’s Federal Health Futures initiative. In 2015, she co-founded the People-Centered Internet with Vint Cerf. Mei Lin serves as Assessment Chair for the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Humanitarian Activities Committee and Chairs the IEEE pre-Standards working group for Social Impact Measurement. She is on the World Economic Precision Medicine and Digital ASEAN Payments groups, and was on the global future council for Digital Economy and Society. She represents PCI at the UN’s EQUALS.org. Mei Lin is an MIT SLOAN graduate where she studied under two future Nobel Economics prize winners. Mei Lin was a finalist for 2018 Woman of the Year at the Silicon Valley Women in IT Awards organized by Information Age.
Artificial Intelligence + Predictive Policing