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Memorable debut: A pedestrian on a flyover near the SenseTime Group Inc headquarters in Shanghai. The artificial intelligence giant rose on its first day of trading after a rocky initial public offering that was delayed by concerns over fresh US sanctions. — Bloomberg

SenseTime Group Inc co-founder Tang Xiao’ou has become one of the world’s richest people, after the Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) champion blew past concerns about American sanctions to surge as much as 23% on its Hong Kong debut.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology alum’s wealth has jumped by US$300mil (RM1.25bil) to roughly US$3.7bil (RM15.4bil) after SenseTime ended yesterday 7.3% above its initial public offering (IPO) price, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

SenseTime’s rip-roaring debut defied all expectations, particularly after a United States ban on American investors forced the AI company to first delay its IPO, then price its shares at the very bottom of a previously indicated range.

Investors had been nervous about the fallout from the blacklisting, which stem from allegations SenseTime’s facial-recognition software perpetuates human rights violations in the far western region of Xinjiang.

The sanction, which came on top of an existing ban on sales of American technology, was announced just days before the debut.

SenseTime has said the accusations are unfounded. Its executives were visibly moved Thursday as they convened for a livestreamed listing ceremony, with at least one in tears as he announced the opening pop.

“Every company will have their own challenges and objectives.

“For us, it’s about getting back on the front foot as creators and pioneers,” Xu Li, Tang’s fellow founder and SenseTime’s chief executive officer, said during the ceremony attended by Paul Chan, the financial secretary of Hong Kong.

SenseTime is the first overseas offering by a high-profile Chinese tech unicorn since Didi Global Inc’s June IPO in New York sparked a regulatory backlash by officials in Beijing, effectively freezing most major tech debuts.

Tang’s rapid ascent contrasts with his peers at China’s largest tech firms, which collectively shed some US$80bil (RM334bil) of wealth in 2021 thanks to Beijing’s year-long campaign to rein in tech excesses.

Unlike many of his cohorts, the SenseTime co-founder hailed from the world of academia, as an information engineering professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

He has long been involved in developing the artificial intelligence required for facial recognition.

Tang received his undergraduate degree from the University of Science and Technology of China, then graduated from the University of Rochester in New York and got his PhD from MIT in 1996, where he studied underwater robotics and computer vision.

Tang worked for Microsoft Research Asia for a few years before co-founding Shanghai-based SenseTime in 2014 with Xu, then a research scientist at Lenovo Group Ltd.


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