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Mary Ann, Natasha And Alex wrap up another week of news full of change, and since we had the crew for one last talk, here’s what we got into:
- Deals of the Week: Alex wanted to talk about the slowdown in tech companies, Natasha had notes on a range of new Mayfield funds, while Mary Ann brought Wellthy to the table.
- We then discussed the pessimism in fintech, as it nears its peak, and how companies like Petal are still moving forward regardless of the chop.
- From there, we delved into AI, how it will impact certain creative work, and what it could mean for tech workers who are traditionally unorganized.
- And we closed with a whole Natasha topic: Accelerators.
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