The AI-First Company: A Conversation with Ash Fontana of AngelList & Zetta

May 4, 2021

May 4, 2021

3:00 PM To 4:00 PM

Online: EDT (USA)

https://bit.ly/3eUF0bV

FREE

Event Description

On May 4th, Ash Fontana joins us to discuss his new book, The AI-First Company.

Artificial Intelligence is transforming every industry, but if you want to win with AI, you have to put it first on your priority list.

AI-First companies are the only trillion-dollar companies, and soon they will dominate even more industries, more definitively than ever before. These companies succeed by design–they collect valuable data from day one and use it to train predictive models that automate core functions. As a result, they learn faster and outpace the competition in the process. Thankfully, you don’t need a Ph.D. to learn how to win with AI.

In The AI-First Company, internationally-renowned startup investor Ash Fontana offers an executable guide for applying AI to business problems. It’s a playbook made for real companies, with real budgets, that need strategies and tactics to effectively implement AI.

Join us virtually for an afternoon with Ash Fontana, the Managing Director of Zetta Venture Partners. Ash will be chatting with us about his new book, The AI-First Company, as well as his background and experiences, advice to founders and more. Plus, he’ll answer your questions live.

About Ash:

Ash Fontana became one of the most recognized startup investors in the world after launching online investing at AngelList. He then became a Managing Director of Zetta, the first investment fund that focused on AI. The firm was the lead investor in category-defining AI companies such as Kaggle, Domino, Tractable, Lilt and Invenia. He has appeared in Fast Company, Bloomberg, Forbes, CNBC and at the UN. This is his first book.

Organizers

Betaworks Studios

https://www.betaworks-studios.com/

About the Organizers

Betaworks Studios is the first club for builders. A place to experiement, grow and, of course, build.

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