Entrepreneur and researcher Chris TDL (FBMS) Elected as Fellow of the Business Magnate Society.

Eva Deschamps / Mai 1, 2021

 

Business Magnate Christopher Alexandre Taylor aka Chris TDL has been applauded a few days ago for his innovative visions on artificial intelligence research, giving him access to the title of Fellow of the Business Magnate Society of London.

 

Chris TDL officially named among the 15 elected this year 2021.

 

Business Magnate Society, Formerly The Business Magnate Society of London, was founded in 1973 by Theodore McKellen, Entrepreneur and former Member of the Board of the United Kingdom.

 

" Highly selective academy and general council focused on promoting research in new technologies, science, and selecting the most deserving Business Magnates in their category. " 

 

Other notable members such as Richard Branson, Elon Musk, or Jeff Bezos and Steve Jobs have also been part of the Business Magnate Society.

The Business Magnate Society is also known for showcasing various selected companies that participate in research for international advancement.  Chris TDL AI Project was selected at the same time as its founder.

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