Silicon Florist 🌹 Oregon's connection to Nvidia, Inc. on Portland startups 📈
I told you. It’s that time of year. The time for all of the lists. Lists and lists and lists of lists. But I felt this list was worth mentioning. Because it’s from Inc. And it’s about Portland startups. So what are the Portland startups to watch according to Inc…? More
It’s that time of year. Everybody’s getting ready for 2024. And sometimes that means refreshing your board of directors. Which is exactly what’s happening with OpenAI. What’s that? Oh. Right. I mean, that’s what’s happening with Built Oregon… More
There are any number of impressive technology folks with ties to Oregon. But the person most definitely having their moment in the sun as part of the AI fueled technology world of today is Jensen Huang, the founder and CEO of Nvidia, an alum of Aloha High School and Oregon State University. The New Yorker recently featured Jensen in a piece that shares more about Jensen’s life, including building the chipmaker that is “powering the AI revolution”… More
Not a week goes by that I don’t have at least a dozen conversations with folks who are interested in getting more engaged with the Portland startup community. But if we haven’t yet had the opportunity to have that conversation, I wanted to help make that happen. At scale. So that you can get more connected to our community in 2024… More
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