Founded in December 2018, SourceEngine is dedicated to providing China's 850,000 research-driven organizations, 13 million truth-seeking professionals and savvy individuals with cost-effective access to high-quality information that generates tangible value.
SourceEngine offers an AI-powered, cloud-based data collection and analysis infrastructure that simplifies and streamlines research for individuals and organizations. Our solutions and tools help lower technical barriers and provide easy access to high-quality information for a diverse range of users, including journalists, scholars, researchers, lawyers, public relations partitioners and investors.
If you produce or own quality information, we can help increase the visibility and impact of your knowledge-sharing. Contact us to learn how our platform simplifies research and makes it easier for users to access your valuable insights. Let us help you reach a wider audience and achieve your goals.
Whether you're a data or technology enthusiast, or part of a small research, journalism, entrepreneurship, teaching, or project team, you may have struggled to efficiently acquire or utilize quality information. Perhaps you've even considered combining your area of expertise with technology, but lack the opportunity to experiment. Contact us to brainstorm ideas and innovate.
We believe anything is possible when we collaborate. From resource swapping to joint promotion and training, or even joining our team - let's explore countless possibilities. At SourceEngine, we believe that openness, inclusiveness, and quick action are the foundation for innovation.
Meet Feng Xin, the founder of SourceEngine. Prior to starting the company, she worked as a correspondent for China Global Television Network, previously known as China Central Television’s English News, and a multimedia journalist for China Daily. During her time as a journalist, Xin produced numerous in-depth reports on a variety of topics including current affairs, finance and people's livelihood. Additionally, she created two award-winning news programs.
Throughout her seven years as an investigative journalist, Xin frequently faced challenges related to information gathering. She recognized that insufficient sources and information could hinder people's ability to access facts. A society lacking truth would struggle to make informed decisions and progress.
Determined to address this issue, Feng Xin left CGTN and pursued a John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University, one of the most prestigious journalism fellowships in the world. After a year of intensive conceptualization and incubation in the Silicon Valley, she returned to China and founded SourceEngine. The team is now joined by top media and technology talents from leading universities who share Xin's vision.
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