Robin Li Yanhong was born in 17th November 1968 in Yangquan, Shanxi Province, where he spent through the majority of his youth. He is a Chinese programmer and extremely rich person web business visionary. He is the CEO of the web search tool Baidu. He additionally created RankDex, the primary web internet searcher with page-positioning and webpage scoring calculations. Probably the most extravagant individual in China, he has a total assets of US$14.7 billion as of April 2021. Li contemplated data the board at Peking University and software engineering at the University at Buffalo. In 1996, he made RankDex, the principal web index with page-positioning and webpage scoring calculations. In 2000, he established Baidu with Eric Xu. Li has been CEO of Baidu since January 2004. The organization was recorded on NASDAQ on August 5, 2005. Li was incorporated as one of the 15 Asian Scientists To Watch by Asian Scientist Magazine on 15 May 2011. In August 2014, Li was named by the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, as co-seat of the Independent Expert Advisory Group on Data Revolution for Sustainable Development. Li is an individual from the twelfth Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
Robin Li's folks were assembly line laborers. Li was the fourth of five kids, and the lone kid. He procured a four year college education in data the board from Peking University. In the fall 1991, Li went to the University at Buffalo in the US to read for a doctorate in software engineering. He accepted his graduate degree in 1994, subsequent to choosing not to proceed with the PhD. Li is hitched to Dongmin Ma, who likewise works for Baidu. They have four youngsters and live in Beijing, China
In 1994, Li joined IDD Information Services, a New Jersey division of Dow Jones and Company, where he fostered a product program for the online version of The Wall Street Journal. He additionally dealt with further developing calculations for web search tools. He stayed at IDD Information Services from May 1994 to June 1997. In 1996, while at IDD, Li made the Rankdex site-scoring calculation for web search tool page positioning, which was granted a U.S. patent. It was the principal web search tool that pre-owned hyperlinks to quantify the nature of sites it was ordering, originating before the very much like calculation patent recorded by Google two years after the fact in 1998. Google organizer Larry Page referred to Li's work in a portion of his U.S. licenses for PageRank. Li later utilized his Rankdex innovation for the Baidu web crawler. Li filled in as a staff engineer for Infoseek, a pioneer web index organization, from July 1997 to December 1999. An accomplishment of his was the image search work utilized by Go.com. Since establishing Baidu in January 2000, Li has transformed the organization into the biggest Chinese web search tool, with more than 80% portion of the overall industry via search question, and the second biggest free internet searcher on the planet. On 5 August 2005, Baidu effectively finished its IPO on NASDAQ, and in 2007 turned into the primary Chinese organization to be remembered for the NASDAQ-100 Index. He showed up in CNN Money's yearly rundown of "50 individuals who matter now" in 2007. In 2001, he was named one of the "Chinese Top Ten Innovative Pioneers". In 2002 and 2003, he was named one of the "IT Ten Famous Persons". In April 2004, he was named in the second meeting of "Chinese Software Ten Outstanding Young Persons". In August 2005, he was named in the twelfth meeting of the "ASEAN Youth Award". In December 2005, he was named one of the "CCTV 2005 Chinese Economic Figures of The Year". In December 2006 he was named 2006's "Reality's Best Business Leader" by the American Business Weekly.