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Andrew Ng set to create $150M venture capital fund focused on AI

Former Google Brain research project creator and Baidu Inc. Chief Scientist Andrew Ng is said to be creating a new $150 million venture capital fund that will focus on investing in Artificial Intelligence startups. Ng’s move was first reported by peHub, which came across a filing he made with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission […] The post Andrew Ng set to create $150M venture capital fund focused on AI appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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