We Are a Seed Fund That Invests in AI Startups, Offering the Best Work Environment
We love the Italian excellence, like food, lifestyle, and fashion
We converted five luxury residential villas into functional offices. At Pi Campus there are 30 square meters of green space per worker, with plants from all over the world. We respect the environment and take care of it.
Our offices are located in the green surroundings of the EUR district in Rome, Italy, close to a lake. We selected the location by superimposing different layers in Google Maps: low noise and pollution, easy parking, a 5 min walk to public transport, a 5 min drive to highways and 20 min to airports.
A Place Like Home
We are makers who love design and style. We have up to 4 screens on our desks, Tolomeo lamps, and Herman Miller chairs. We provide whatever we need to help free up talents, such as a gym, massages, fitness trainers, spinning classes, and unrestricted kitchen access.
Challenging and Fun
We love challenges; everybody can be involved in a new one every day. The think-big atmosphere raises the bar and the failure-friendly environment means you are happy to take risks. Lots of us spend spare time on underground projects at our offices, which are always open.
We Invest in Growing Startups and Provide Work Space and Mentorship
Current and Former Companies
Great startups and companies team up at Pi Campus to offer to you the best possible international work environment in the most beautiful city: Rome, Italy.
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The Next Digits of Pi
Pi School has a new CEO: Jamshid Alamuti is taking a new function as an advisory board member of Pi School while handing his CEO role to Pi Campus co-founder Isabelle Andrieu.read more
Can we use machine learning to fuel scientific discoveries? To answer this question, Andrea Banino, a machine learning researcher working on artificial general intelligence at DeepMind, will share with us the results of a research project showing that deep learning techniques could be used to investigate the brain in new intriguing ways. Join us on Jun 13th to discuss this topic with Andrea.read more