Lotte Schou-Zibell, a financial inclusion advisor for ADB, and ByeongJo (Jo) Kong, a Digital Technology Specialist in data analytics and big data for ADB, answer questions about how generative AI can aid in the effort to expand financial inclusion in Asia and the Pacific.
ByeongJo (Jo) Kong
ByeongJo (Jo) Kong is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of ADB-wide data analytics and big data programs, as well as assisting DMC governments in implementing data analytics and big data initiatives in development projects. Prior to joining ADB, Jo worked as a Machine Learning Engineer for AI startups in the US and Republic of Korea, and as a research member at MIT Computer Science and AI Lab for over 3 years. He also worked for UN-APCICT/ESCAP for 8 years, supporting ICT capacity building initiatives in the Asia Pacific region. Jo holds a dual master's degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and Engineering Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA and a dual bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and Global Management from Kyunghee University, Korea.
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