Startups are a prime source of technological progress. Yet in the age of AI, they are constrained without the expensive computers, stockpiles of data, and human resources of the established players.
What would it mean for startups if they had access to the resources to build AI or integrate it into their products? Even without expansion, could NAIRR change their decisions on where to invest, or the products they pursue? If NAIRR is the foundation for broader investments in AI resources, how can it best evolve to support their needs?
____•_Co-founder & CEO, Pruve Systems___
____•_Executive Director, Engine