We were lucky enough to chat with Lindsay about her career, secrets to staying fit and healthy with such a busy lifestyle as well as her must-visit Hong Kong hotspots.
I had left New York after my daughter was born in 2008, travelled the world for a year and ended up landing in Hong Kong when my business partner (romantic partner at the time) got a job here.
I know for sure that I will do everything in my power to remain HAPPY and HEALTHY and to provide that same environment for my kids and my loved ones. I gave up coffee a while ago and juice has too much sugar.
I’ve come to realise that I’m a serial entrepreneur.
Disney's venture capital arm is an investor in Hanson, which is building a robot based on one of the entertainment giant's characters.
An artist and robotics scientist, Hanson worked on animatronic theme park shows, sculpting props and characters for Disney attractions like Pooh's Hunny Hunt and Mermaid Lagoon.
He studied film, animation and video, eventually earning a doctorate in interactive arts and technology from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Hanson says he makes his robots as human-like as possible to help alleviate fears about robots, artificial intelligence and automation.Sophia has moving 3D-printed arms and, with the help of a South Korean robotics company, she's now going mobile.Shuffling slowly on boxy black legs, Sophia made her walking debut in Las Vegas last week at the CES electronics trade show."Sorry to disappoint you." Unlike toddlers, who use all five senses to learn quickly, machines generally can handle only one type of input at a time, she noted.While Sophia's repartee can be entertaining, she's easily thrown off topic and her replies, based on open-source software, sometimes miss the mark."It's a good advertising tool, whatever that company produces as a business plan," said Roland Chin, chair professor of computer science at Hong Kong Baptist University.