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🔊 Your guide to AI: April 2021

Nathan Benaich, Air Street Capital
Nathan Benaich, Air Street Capital
Hi everyone,
Following last week’s April 2021 newsletter, here is the audio edition on SpotifyAnchor (browser-based), or Apple. Here is the RSS.
This week, I wrote an op-ed in the Financial Times on how Universities in the UK and Europe have a start-up problem. Based on primary research with founders, university tech transfer offices, investors and lawyers, I show that instead of encouraging innovation, institutions treat would-be founders as ‘problem children’ by miring them in punitive bureaucracy that results in poor outcomes. I urge the adoption of more permissive solutions that could unlock Europe’s potential to achieve its desired technological sovereignty.
I want to draw your attention to our new initiative, It is a crowdsourced, open database of spinout deal terms for every university and institution in the world. Its goal is to give founders visibility into what a good or bad deal looks like - just like Glassdoor helped candidates hear the truth about their potential employers.
If you have formed or been involved a spinout yourself or know people who have, please share and encourage them to contribute.
See you in 3 weeks for the next issue of Your guide to AI: May 2021.
As always, thanks for hitting forward to a couple of friends 🙏

Signing off, 
Nathan Benaich, 16 May 2021
Air Street Capital is a venture capital firm investing in AI-first technology and life science companies. We’re an experienced team of investors and founders based in Europe and the US with a shared passion for working with entrepreneurs from the very beginning of their company-building journey.
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Nathan Benaich, Air Street Capital
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