What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC - Issue #95
|Ed Sim||Aug 18, 2018|
this week it’s not about the tech but the real problem of burnout, Elon Musk 120 hour weeks and finally breaking - read the NY Times interview with Elon and the open letter from Arianna Huffington on why humans need a break to make better decisions; thoughts on AI and who is actually building the models and 9 things you should know about Tensorflow
Had the privilege to participate on a panel at SAP.io Foundry event in NYC celebrating #womenintech and our discussion centered around corporate innovation and startups - read here for summary from Wall Street Journal
Ed Sim, Boldstart Ventures, Hilary Gosher, MD Insight Venture Partners, Deborah Zajac, director of Touchdown Ventures, speak at an event in New York, AUg. 14, 2018. PHOTO: SARA CASTELLANOS THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Elon Musk showing his vulnerable side after a fateful tweet, also a look at burnout in tech ecosystem
so true - so true and need to remember what’s important, not a badge of honor to work 24/7 because you’ll break and won’t be good for anyone
Despite popularity of Tensorflow, SparkMLLib, it's data scientists building models
This morning I found myself summarizing my favorite bits from a talk that I enjoyed at Google Cloud Next in San Francisco, What’s New with TensorFlow? Then I thought about it for a moment and…
Fifteen years after Billy Beane disrupted Major League Baseball by applying analytics to scouting, corporations are rewriting the rules of recruiting.
Known as a mega-round in Silicon Valley, large-scale fund raising is producing a frenzy around tech companies with enough reach and momentum to absorb a large check.
great counterpoint read on big valuations, NY Times is concerned and Om lays out the think big and why we are in a seismic shift
By Ed Sim
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