I don’t feel the least humble before the vastness of the heavens. The stars may be large, but they cannot think or love; and these are qualities which impress me far more than size does. My picture of the world is drawn in perspective, and not to scale. The foreground is occupied by human beings and the stars are all small as threepenny bits. – Frank Ramsey
Rachel is the managing partner of Aires, where she focuses on AI research, investing and building mission-driven companies that have high impact. Rachel is founder and CEO of Ingeniousli Corporation and the editor in chief of Asian Pioneers. She was co-founder and inaugural CEO of the Australia – Vietnam Leadership Dialogue. Rachel was a founding team member at muru-D, the accelerator backed by Telstra. Previously, Rachel worked at the Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance in Melbourne, Australia where she worked on the Gonski national education reform, taxi deregulation, public transport, Plan Melbourne and the Victorian Government’s Economic Evaluation Guidelines. She holds a B.Com (Hons) from Monash University and also studied filmmaking at the Victorian College of the Arts. Rachel is interdisciplinary and enjoys merging art and science to uncover innovative and creative solutions that will have social and cultural impacts. Rachel is an alumni of the Kairos Society, One Young World, the Clinton Global Initiative University and The Oaktree Foundation.
MISSIONS I CARE ABOUT
I’m on a mission to develop the next generation of thinkers, problem solvers, diplomats and mavericks. We need to invest in our future leaders if we want a better society.
I want to democratise stories, enable the best stories to be read by anyone, anywhere. Imagination leads to a higher order of empathy, creativity, science and technological progress.
Artificial intelligence is going to change humanity like the internet and making sure we develop better A.I to accelerate civilisation is exciting.
The world will have over 10 billion people by 2100.
The path to sustainable, efficient transportation and infrastructure is key to living peacefully and raising global productivity.
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