Tag Archive: Entrepreneurship

Oct 18

WSJ D.Live, part 2

WSJ D.Live Laguna Beach, California October 16–18, 2017 “If you’re going to build a business based on advertising… I would say go home.” ~ Barry Diller, IAC “All retailers are chasing the millennial shopper. They don’t quite know who they are. Just that they’re difficult to please.” ~ as tweeted by Michelle Killebrew “China’s GDP …

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Oct 18

WSJ D.Live, part 1

WSJ D.Live Laguna Beach, California October 16–18, 2017 “Every tech company believes it’s their manifest destiny to own the digital assistant.” ~ Michael J. Wolf, Activate “The benefit of having scarce resources as an entrepreneur, is that you have to learn how to be efficient.” ~ Bill Ackman, Pershing Square Capital Management “Tech firms may …

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Sep 21

TechCrunch Disrupt SF, part 3

TechCrunch Disrupt SF Sept 18-20, 2017 San Francisco “I am interested in how we can use the blockchain to democratize investments in startups.” ~ Sam Altman, Y Combinator “I think there is something cool (and Y-combinator-like) to do politically.” ~ Sam Altman, Y Combinator “With AI, I don’t think we need to panic about it, …

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Sep 19

TechCrunch Disrupt SF, part 2

TechCrunch Disrupt SF Sept 18-20, 2017 San Francisco “It keeps me up at night, that BRCA info in our database is not yet getting out to people.” ~ Anne Wojcicki, 23andMe “I can look at our genetic data and get insights—my hope is with it, (we) can do a better job of developing drugs.” ~ …

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Sep 19

TechCrunch Disrupt SF, part 1

TechCrunch Disrupt SF Sept 18-20, 2017 San Francisco “Computers have become superhuman, (but) in very narrow areas.” ~ John Giannandrea, Google “I think language understanding is the holy grail (for AI).” ~ John Giannandrea, Google “I like the term’“machine intelligence’—making machines slightly less dumb.” ~ John Giannandrea, Google “I think there is huge hype around …

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