Microsoft promoted Dr. Zhang Qi to global senior vice president

Microsoft today announced that Zhang Qi, executive vice president of Microsoft (Asia) Internet Engineering Institute, was promoted to be senior vice president of Microsoft.

Zhang Qi graduated from Beijing University and obtained a master’s and doctoral degree from Washington University in St. Louis.

Microsoft promoted Dr. Zhang Qi to global senior vice president

Dr. Zhang Qi joined Microsoft’s U.S. headquarters in 2002, joined Microsoft (Asia) Internet Engineering Institute in 2010, became a global partner of Microsoft in 2014 and was promoted to the executive vice president of Microsoft (Asia) Internet Engineering Institute.

Dr. Zhang Qi is currently the executive vice president of Microsoft (Asia) Internet Engineering Institute and also the chairman of Microsoft mobile Lianxin Internet Services Co., Ltd. and is responsible for the team of Microsoft Internet business and artificial intelligence platform in Asia, leading technological product innovation and serving Microsoft global business and users.

Microsoft said that during his tenure as executive vice president of Microsoft (Asia) Internet Engineering Institute, Dr. Zhang Qi led the establishment of Microsoft search advertising, big data, knowledge map, commercial artificial intelligence and artificial intelligence platform team, and worked closely with Microsoft Asia Research Institute and the R & D team of the United States, and contributed 10 billion US dollars in advertising revenue to Microsoft in the past eight years, and contributed to office and azure products The data and intelligence of Microsoft have laid a solid foundation, and made contributions to the landing of Microsoft artificial intelligence technology in the industry, cooperation among the world’s top 500 enterprises and new service modes.