Founder and Chief Software Architect, Greenlight Essentials
Jack Zhang, is the founder and chief software architect of Greenlight Essentials, a software platform that uses Augmented Intelligence to help filmmakers make intelligent decisions in greenlighting films.
He is a notable innovator who has emerged from the tech hot-bed of Silicon Valley North, where Zhang graduated from the University of Waterloo’s mathematical economics program. During his studies, the young entrepreneur combined his passions for the film industry and machine learning to create Greenlight Essentials.
Using his patent-pending analytics software, Zhang is the also part of the team behind, “Impossible Things”, the first ever feature-length film co-written with a computer.
For the past few years, Zhang has been an advocate of the role big data platforms play in the film industry. It’s his determination and enthusiasm that has propelled Zhang to be an important analyst on the future of film and Augmented Intelligence.
Prior to Greenlight Essentials, he has had technology and finance experience in China and California.