The Timeless mobile app, created by Emma Yang, uses an artificial intelligence-powered facial recognition system to help Alzheimer’s patients identify people in photos. Photo: Agence France-Presse

How a 14-year-old Hongkonger built an app to help Alzheimer’s patients connect with their loved ones

  • The Timeless app developed by Emma Yang helps Alzheimer’s patients identify people in photos
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The Timeless mobile app, created by Emma Yang, uses an artificial intelligence-powered facial recognition system to help Alzheimer’s patients identify people in photos. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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Zen Soo

Zen Soo

Zen Soo joined the Post in 2015. She covers China technology, in particular e-commerce, online to offline and mobile payments. She also writes about Southeast Asian tech companies.

Elaine Ying Ying Ly

Elaine Ying Ying Ly

Elaine Ly is the Post's leading studio host, presenting and producing interviews and video segments. She also manages the usage and daily operations of the studio.  Elaine has launched a female empowerment series where she interviews impactful and high-achieving women across Asia. She also reports on topics related to politics, tech and US-China relations.  She previously worked for CNN International's flagship global affairs interview program in London, Amanpour, as well as the NBC International Foreign Desk.  Elaine lived in London and Seoul before moving to Hong Kong.