Sarah Guo isn’t late to the AI celebration, however she did just raise a $101 million fund to wager on the appetizers.
Howdy and welcome again to Equity, a podcast in regards to the enterprise of startups, the place we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. That is our Wednesday present, the place we area of interest all the way down to a single particular person, take into consideration their work and unpack the remaining. This week, Natasha and Alex interviewed Guo, who labored at Greylock for practically a decade, and her launch of Conviction.
We spoke in regards to the self-correcting enterprise market, what made her go away Greylock and even rewound to her final episode with us (recorded almost exactly three years ago).
There was additionally an particularly fruitful dialog in regards to the alternative in synthetic intelligence proper now, and the way she’s defining Software program 3.0. (Warning: We discuss SaaS!) We additionally dug into why she began a fund, the LP market and extra. The dialog ran a bit lengthy, however it felt cheap to maintain going given the sheer breadth of stuff that we needed to get via.
Don’t neglect that Fairness goes to be stay at Disrupt next week, on Tuesday morning. It’s going to be a blast. And earlier than we go, two programming notes (that assist your pockets, too):
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