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Clarifai CEO: N.Y.C. is the main hub that every startup must pass through

NEW YORK — Matthew Zeiler has a goal for his startup Clarifai. The image-recognition expert wants to bring advanced artificial intelligence techniques to businesses of all sizes rather than just large tech companies. So far, several big name investors are liking the 29 year-old CEO's plan, including New York venture capitalist Fred Wilson, Google Ventures, Lux Capital, Osage University Partners, Qualcomm Ventures and Nvidia Ventures.
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