In our “Demystifying Healthcare AI” series, Radical Ventures investor Sanjana Basu speaks with leading founders, researchers, and clinicians working at the intersection of AI and healthcare.
I’ve been working on AI fiction since 2017 when I wrote my first “algo-story” for Wired. What I’ve come to realize, especially since getting access to Transformer-based text generation, is that what we’re dealing with here is really a new medium. I think creative AI is roughly where film was when the Lumiere brothers showed clips of trains arriving in stations and crowds jumped out of the way. The field is wide open. I think there’s going to be a lot of beauty to come out of this.
Building scalable products around the needs of the customer can be a key factor in a company’s growth trajectory. Tomi Poutanen built AI products over the past 20 years…
At Radical we have seen hundreds of startups looking to shape the future of AI technologies. From this experience, I developed a framework for categorizing different waves of AI adoption. Understanding the changes that have come before situates the current moment and helps companies plan for the future.
Cohere, OpenAI, and AI21 Labs have developed a preliminary set of best practices applicable to any organization developing or deploying large language models.
Sanjana Basu, Investor Against a backdrop of public markets falling and venture funding tightening, Canada was the only region to see healthcare AI investment increase
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