S.H. Ho Memorial Symposium (HoMeS)
Artificial Intelligence: Technological and Society Impacts


What does Artificial Intelligence (AI) mean to you? Jarvis, the assistant of Tony Stark? Or Siri in your iPhone? Believe it or not, we are indeed at the age of AI and this new technology is amazingly impacting our everyday lives. The 1st S.H. Ho Memorial Symposium is going to invite speakers from multidiscipline to shed light on it.



January 26, 2022 (Wednesday)


Ho Sin Hang Hall


5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

6:30 p.m. onwards

Keynote presentations and
panel discussions


(in the order of presentation)

Prof. Victor LI On-kwok

Chair of Information Engineering and
Cheng Yu-Tung Professorship in
Sustainable development,
The University of Hong Kong


Dr. Sunny CHAI Ngai-chiu

Chair of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation


Prof. Simon NG Siu-man
Associate Dean (Student Affairs), Faculty of Medicine,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong






100 (First-come-first-served)


ENROLL on or before December 29, 2021


3943 1478 or


You are cordially invited to join the Symposium to explore with us this new technology!


– ENROLL NOW – (For S.H. Ho College Student only)


*** Each participant can get a HoMeS Jacket.
Attendance of HoMeS will be recognized as an alternative activity to High Table Dinner.


About S.H. Ho Memorial Symposium (HoMeS)

One of the missions of S.H. Ho College is to broaden the perspective of college students from all academic fields and to spark their intellectual curiosity, as well as to provide a diversified, vibrant and inspiring out-of-classroom learning environment.

In view of this, the College is organizing its first ever S.H. Ho Memorial Symposium (HoMeS) in January 2022. Featured by keynote presentations and panel discussions, the annual Symposium will invite international scholars, profession leaders, and technology visionaries to share views on intellectual trends and trailblazing ideas that would make long-lasting impacts across a multitude of disciplines.