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The AI race is on, and the tech giants are duking it out to unveil their cutting-edge intelligent services; the competition is heating up by the day. So it's no wonder OpenAI is hitting the ground running, with revenues blowing all predictions out of the water. In the coming months, the company is set to rake in a staggering $1 billion. To put things in perspective, the brains behind ChatGPT made a "mere" $28 million just last year.
It is a good reason to enjoy Wired's latest extra-long read: it's all about Sam Altman and the incredible journey of OpenAI — it explores how a Star Wars fan transformed into one of the most pivotal figures of our era (perhaps in all of human history), how his initial non-commercial, research-aimed initiative became a colossal business worth nearly $30 billion.
The undeniable impact of OpenAI's technology raises a pressing question: Will this brainchild and its followers ultimately bring more good or harm? Well, ask us again in 100 years.
Check the Wired story for a deeper understanding.
Ten years ago, VC funds in Sand Hill Road wouldn't "even fly to Los Angeles" — that's the catchy title of a new podcast from Tech.eu. In this engaging discussion, a few guys from Fintech Ventures Fund and Target Global delve into what sets US and European VC funds apart in today's landscape.
Here's the scoop:
Check the Tech.eu review for a deeper understanding.
What do Spotify, Angry Birds, and Klarna have in common? Well, these tech titans all hail from Scandinavia, a hotspot for venture capitalists, with Sweden and Finland leading the pack.
This week, EUVC dropped a podcast featuring Isomer Capital, Europe's most dynamic VC. Here's a sneak peek into the Nordic venture capital scene straight from the source:
Check the EUVC podcast for a deeper understanding.
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