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Tips for AI investors and AI founders

Posted: April 22, 2019 at 8:17 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Alex Bates, an angel investor and a Member of Peter Diamandis’s Abundance 360 Network joins Enterprise Radio. Alex is experienced in anything from leading DARPA funded research in neural networks, to applying analytics for the world’s largest data warehouses at Teradata, to creating Mtell, a machine learning company acquired by Aspentech (NASDAQ: AZPN).

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Alex Bates discuss the following:

  1. I understand you have a background in artificial intelligence, can you walk us through selling mTell and what you’re doing in the AI space today?
  2. Briefly explain how you started mTell, sold mTell, investments in AI advancements, and your book.
  3. With this experience, what’s the single most important questions investors should be asking AI startup founders before investing?
  4. In your eyes, what are the top three red flags you’ve noticed over the years investing in AI startups?
  5. For a founder looking to disrupt the AI space, what advice would you give them?
  6. Alternatively, for an investor looking to invest in AI startups, what advice would you give them?
  7. Let’s switch gears, where do you see AI heading in the next few years?
  8. What roadblocks are preventing us from getting there?

Alex Bates is an angel investor and a Member of Peter Diamandis’s Abundance 360 Network. He has spent the last decade bringing artificial intelligence and machine learning to the forefront of the industrial market. From leading DARPA funded research in neural networks, to applying analytics for the world’s largest data warehouses at Teradata, to creating Mtell, a machine learning company acquired by Aspentech (NASDAQ: AZPN), he believes the coming wave of human-centered Al has the potential to make us superhuman and create a world of abundance.

Website: neocortexventures.com


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