Marita Cheng, Forbes 30 Under 30 roboticist and entrepreneur, inspires people through the possibilities of technology. While studying engineering at University, Marita founded Robogals, a global organization that inspires girls into engineering careers and tertiary studies through teaching girls robotics. For her work with Robogals, she was named the 2012 Young Australian of the Year and received an Asia Society Game Changer Award at the United Nations!

Through attending Singularity University’s 10-week Graduate Studies Program, Marita founded Aipoly, using AI to recognize objects in real time to help the visually impaired navigate the world, winning a CES Best of Innovation Award two years in a row! And then Aubot, where she currently serves as CEO, making telepresence robots and robotics arms that care and enable.

Named one of Forbes World’s Top 50 Women in Tech and the youngest Member of the Order of Australia, Marita shows there are no limits.