Category: Andreessen Horowitz

Where top VCs are investing in remote events

This post is curated by Keith Teare. It was written by Arman Tabatabai. The original is [linked here] The novel coronavirus pandemic has rapidly moved […]

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Where top VCs are investing in remote events

The novel coronavirus pandemic has rapidly moved companies into a remote-first world. Nearly all of the world’s largest events have been canceled, put on pause […]

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Arweave’s permaweb stops coronavirus censorship, raises $8M

The Chinese government has been removing criticism of its coronavirus response from apps like Weibo, the local equivalent of Twitter. But before it can, that […]

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Investors Serve Up $53M In Series C Funding To Web Dev Platform Netlify

Developer platform Netlify announced it has raised $53 million in a Series C funding led by EQT Ventures. Prior investors Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, and […]

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$75M legal startup Atrium shuts down, lays off 100

Justin Kan’s hybrid legal software and law firm startup Atrium is shutting down today after failing to figure out how to deliver better efficiency than […]

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Accolade Is Latest To Join Health Service IPO Bandwagon

To launch a successful IPO in the current market environment, it seems to help to be a fast-growing health care services provider. Shares of One […]

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Quantum Shop Rigetti Computing Has Raised Over $71M In New Funding, Per SEC Filing

Full-stack quantum computing company Rigetti Computing is on the fundraising trail, according to an SEC filing submitted by the company on Friday. Subscribe to the […]

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Roblox Building A Busier Platform With $150M Series G Andreessen Horowitz-Led Round

Gaming platform Roblox raised $150 million in a Series G round led by Andreessen Horowitz’s (a16z) Late-Stage Venture Fund. Subscribe to the Crunchbase Daily The […]

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NY-Based K Health Raises $48M Series C For AI-Powered Primary Care Application

K Health, a primary care consultant powered by artificial intelligence, announced this morning it has raised a $48 million Series C round. Subscribe to the […]

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Andreessen Horowitz Raises $750M For Its Third Bio Fund

This post is curated by Keith Teare. It was written by Jason D. Rowley. The original is [linked here] On Tuesday, Andreessen Horowitz (often abbreviated […]

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Controlling AI

AI can do a lot of specific tasks as well as, or even better than, humans can — for example, it can more accurately classify […]

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Explaining AI

From movie recommendations to medical diagnoses, people are increasingly comfortable with AI making recommendations, or even decisions. However, AI often inherits bias from the datasets […]

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Investing in WorkBoard

Running a business is hard — there are many things a team could be doing, but only a small number they should be doing. Organizations […]

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The crypto rich find security in Anchorage

Not the city, the $57 million-funded cryptocurrency custodian startup. When someone wants to keep safe tens or hundreds of millions of dollars in Bitcoin, Ethereum […]

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The Promise of Cloud-Native Games

Much of the buzz around cloud gaming has centered on its potential to “kill the console”—to remove the need for local hardware to play games. […]

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Game Design, Not Gamification, for Great Products

Forget gamification. If you want to make software that feels like play, rather than work, it requires tapping into deeper, more intrinsic motivations. And that’s […]

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Bio: The Next Decade

Editor’s Note: This post first appeared as an issue of the a16z Bio Newsletter. To receive this newsletter, please sign up here. In this post: […]

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16 Minutes on the News #19: Regulating AI; Negative Interest Rates

In this 19th episode of our news show, where we cover recent headlines from our vantage point in tech, we cover the following news items […]

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Why We’re Investing in EQRx

“The good physician treats the disease; the great physician treats the patient who has the disease.” —William Osler, Founding Professor, Johns Hopkins Hospital Our healthcare […]

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Welcome to the Bioengineering Culture Clash

Bioengineering, once viewed primarily as an academic discipline, is growing up. Our ability to engineer biology is on the verge of changing the landscape of […]

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