Audrey Tang is Taiwan’s Digital Minister. Ms Tang is previously known for revitalizing the computer languages Perl and Haskell, as well as building the online spreadsheet system EtherCalc in collaboration with Dan Bricklin.
In the public sector, Ms Tang served on Taiwan’s national development council’s open data committee and K-12 curriculum committee; and led the country’s first e-Rulemaking project.
In the private sector, Ms Tang worked as a consultant with Apple on computational linguistics, with Oxford University Press on crowd lexicography, and with Socialtext on social interaction design.
In the social sector, Ms Tang actively contributes to g0v (“gov zero”), a vibrant community focusing on creating tools for the civil society.
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