Podcast: The Weekly Roundup – March 15, 2019
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The Weekly Roundup – March 15, 2019
Welcome to our tech and startup podcast show, The Weekly Roundup. This show is part of the Silicon Valley Startup Podcast, which is brought to you by Founders Floor, a coworking accelerator for startups here in Silicon Valley.
At the end of every week, we’ll bring you a roundup of the latest articles and trends from VCs, interest pieces from around the web, and the need-to-know tech and startup news from the past week.
In this week’s The Weekly Roundup of tech and startup news on March 15, 2019, we cover:
- Thoughts on Y Combinator – but not the story from this week you’re thinking of
- The future of the world wide web
- The latest bizarre craze in Silicon Valley
- What the Pentagon is doing with AI
- A quick SWSW roundup
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How do you price your SaaS product while finding the Product market Fit? – SaaStr (Jason Lemkin)
THE WORLD WIDE WEB TURNS 30. WHERE DOES IT GO FROM HERE? – WIRED (Tim Berners-Lee)
Inside the Pentagon’s Big Plans to Develop Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence – NextGov (Jack Corrigan)
DEFENSE TECH STARTUP FOUNDED BY TRUMP’S MOST PROMINENT SILICON VALLEY SUPPORTERS WINS SECRETIVE MILITARY AI CONTRACT – The Intercept (Lee Fang)
The US Government Will Be Scanning Your Face At 20 Top Airports, Documents Show – Buzzfeed News (Davey Alba)
SXSW Roundup – CNN
Silicon Valley’s Latest Bizarre Craze Is ‘Organized Intimacy‘ – Vice (Andrew Chamings)
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