Why it is hard for VCs to say ‘no’ and why that ‘no’ could be good news for an entrepreneur

The Next Web

But if our website says that Credo invests in IT, Internet, mobile or healthcare startups predominantly in Central Europe, I just don’t feel obliged to respond to a gold mine in Mongolia or Australian TV production studio. Co-investments are an industry standard, and entrepreneurs should strive to get as much know-how on board as possible. Editor’s note: Andrej Kiska is an associate at Prague-based Credo Ventures.

Out of the Crisis #11: Jeremy Howard on the power of masks, health policy, and data science in medicine

Startup Lessons Learned

fast.ai , the company he co-founded with Rachel Thomas and Sylvain Gugger is working to "radically democratize" deep learning by making it accessible to people beyond the tech world through courses, software and other methods. I chair a medical data research lab called WAMRI, and probably best known as the co-founder of fast.ai, although increasingly finding myself known, surprisingly enough to me, as the co-founder of this thing called #Masks4All.