We will host a fireside chat with Ariel Poler, serial entrepreneur, mentor, and investor, followed by a networking aperitif. Ariel is the founder of Human Augmentation Syndicate, a company devoted to enhancing human capabilities in the next decade, and an investor who took part in some of the most interesting VC rounds in the Silicon Valley.
Illia is the co-founder of NEAR.ai, where he is teaching machines how to code, former Engineering Manager at Google, one of the authors of a paper which first described the Transformer model implemented in tensor2tensor, “Attention is all you need” (Vaswani et al. 2017), and has worked on neural network architectures and NLP. Join us in hearing from Illia how this will impact the future of software development.
Pi Campus is pleased to announce we invested in Grin, an e-scooter startup which aims to bring the e-scooter revolution to Latin America.
We are hosting a meeting with a delegation of Israeli investors and entrepreneurs guided by Adi Rosenfeld, with the goal to establish a proficuous and long-lasting relationship between the Israeli and the Italian innovation ecosystem
Pi School will be running an invite-only one day workshop during which business angels and wannabe investors will learn from top investors the fundamentals of investing, the legal basis of this business, evaluating startups and managing deal flows.
Our founder Marco Trombetti interviewed Roberto during a PiNetworking event in May 2018 and asked him how to scout the best opportunity when investing in startups and what to look for when you talk with a young founder about the company he is building.
Eugenio Cau from Il Foglio interviews Carlo Gualandri asking him what he learned during his journey in founding a few startups in markets disrupted by the digital revolution so that our young founders could learn something in advance about the businesses they are running.
Join us to discuss what happens when starting up a company in a market disrupted by the digital revolution and the new challenges for venture capitalists and business angels. Our guests are Carlo Gualandri, one of the men who most contributed to building up the Italian Internet market, and Roberto Bonanzinga, Investment Partner at InReach Ventures, the first AI-powered investment firm to be fully focused on the early stage European sector.
From autonomous cars to drone delivery, Artificial Intelligence has already worked its way into the fabric of our daily lives. Many experts believe AI is poised to transform the mobility industry – creating an entirely new ecosystem for how we move through the world. But how will an AI-driven transportation revolution change some of our most beloved cities and the lives of its inhabitants?
Join us at Pi School as our panel of experts discuss how we can embrace the positive changes AI promises while safeguarding the individual culture and heritage of cities like Rome.
Next week Pi Campus will take part in the Rome Startup Week, an amazing festival of events to federate local, national and international startup ecosystems operators and stakeholders around the themes of innovative entrepreneurship and investment in startups. Pi Campus is one of the main sponsors of the initiative and we will take part in the following events: