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TOM DE ASON

35 Innovators Under 35
2018
e’ve been presenting our list of innovators under 35 for 18 years, long enough to spot
some trends. You won’t find a lot of artificial-intelligence innovation in the early days
W of the list, but AI now dominates. And the list has grown more gender equitable. It was
once male-dominated, but this year, for the first time, it includes more women than
men. We hope the list gives you a sense of what’s coming next, and what kinds of people are making it
happen.

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Inventors
They’re building the technologies of the future, from stretchy electronics to new ways to test cancer
drugs.

James Dahlman
His method makes it possible to test 300 drugs at once.

Shreya Dave
Her filtration system could eliminate much of the energy used in industrial
separation processes.

Shinjini Kundu
Medical images are so detailed it can be hard to decipher them. Her
program can spot what people can’t.

Barbarita Lara
An earthquake led her to invent a blend of analog and digital technologies
for use when networks are down.

Will McLean
Hearing loss in humans has always been irreversible. His innovation may
change that.

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Manan Suri
His computer chips mimic the workings of the human brain.

Sheng Xu
Making off-the-shelf electronics stretchable.

Huanping Zhou
Her innovations could make better, cheaper alternatives to silicon solar
cells.

Entrepreneurs
Their innovations are creating new businesses and upending the old ways of doing things.

Natalya Bailey
A system to propel tiny satellites using electrical energy.

Jonas Cleveland
Helping create the shopping robots of the near future.

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Elizabeth Nyeko
Her energy solution for rural communities in Africa could make grids more
efficient everywhere.

Yin Qi
His face-recognition platform transformed the way business is done in
China.

Ashutosh Saxena
When his smart speakers didn’t work as well as hoped, he built a better
system.

William Woodford
Finding the materials for the next generation of grid-scale batteries.

Ji Xu
He helped build a payment system that lets anyone with an internet
connection use financial services.

Alice Zhang
Using machine learning to identify new treatments for Parkinson’s and
Alzheimer’s.

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Visionaries
They look at things in new ways, unlocking powerful and sometimes unconventional uses of technology.

Shehar Bano
She made state censorship beatable by revealing the technology it relies on.

Niki Bayat
She invented materials that can heal eyes by sealing up traumatic injuries.

Marzyeh Ghassemi
Using AI to make sense of messy hospital data.

Archana Kamal
She solved a big problem in quantum computing by shrinking the
components.

Brenden Lake
Getting machines to learn in the fast and flexible ways that humans can.

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Adam Marblestone
He wrote the book on how to record every neuron in the brain.

Prineha Narang
Her research on materials at the smallest scale could lead to a new
generation of technologies.

Menno Veldhorst
He figured out how to make workable quantum circuits on silicon—a feat
previously considered impossible.

Humanitarians
They see technology as a way to bring about a safer, healthier, and more equitable world.

Hera Hussain
Her tech nonprofit makes it easy for women to build a domestic-abuse case
without a lawyer.

Mustafa Suleyman
Working to alleviate human suffering through AI.

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Minmin Yen
Cholera kills, and vaccines don’t always work. She created a better solution.

Pioneers
Their innovations are leading the way to better gene editing, smarter AI, and a safer internet.

Joy Buolamwini
When AI misclassified her face, she started a movement for accountability.

Alessandro Chiesa
A cryptocurrency that’s as private as cash.

Chelsea Finn
Her robots act like toddlers—watching adults, copying them in order to
learn.

Alexandre Rebert
He asked, what if a computer could fix itself?

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Nabiha Saklayen
She developed a way to edit genes with cheap lasers.

Julian Schrittwieser
AlphaGo beat the world’s best Go player. He helped engineer the program
that whipped AlphaGo.

John Schulman
Training AI to be smarter and better, one game of Sonic the Hedgehog at a
time.

Humsa Venkatesh
She discovered a secret to cancer growth that could lead to a new class of
drugs.

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