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Venture Studios: The Express Lane for Entrepreneurs to Build a Successful Startup
Building a successful startup from scratch is hard. But with a venture studio as a partner, founders dramatically increase their odds of success.

Partnering with a venture studio to launch your company is a force multiplier:
- A study by the Global Startup Studio Network (GSSN) found startups founded with a studio have a 30% higher success rate.
- They also grow bigger faster: almost every company launched from a studio received seed funding and 72% of those received Series A funding.
(Data cited: http://gan-7000682.hs-sites.com/disrupting-venture-landscape-white-paper)

Hear from Andrew Ng, managing general partner of AI Fund, and Warren Packard, operating partner at AI Fund about how venture studios work and how we build companies and set entrepreneurs up for rapid growth and success.

About AI Fund:
AI Fund is a venture studio that strives to move humanity forward by accelerating the adoption of AI. We work with entrepreneurs to build companies rapidly and increase the odds of success. We are a team of AI pioneers, operators, entrepreneurs, and investors, supported by top-tier partners including NEA, Sequoia, and Greylock.


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Andrew Ng
Managing General Partner @AI Fund
A globally recognized leader in AI, Dr. Andrew Ng leads AI Fund as the Managing General Partner. Additionally, he is the founder and CEO of Landing AI, founder of DeepLearning.AI, chairman and co-founder of Coursera, and an adjunct professor at Stanford University. He also led teams that helped with two leading technology companies’ AI adoption, as the founding lead of the Google Brain team, and Chief Scientist in Baidu.
Warren Packard
Operating Partner @AI Fund
A seasoned entrepreneur and venture capitalist with more than 30 exits under his belt, Warren brings a deep well of experience to AI Fund as operating partner where his specialty is helping build early stage startups and leading our team of builders. A founder himself, Warren earned his entrepreneurial stripes, first in the mid-90s’ when he founded Angara Database Systems and then again in 2010 when he co-founded Thuuz Sports. Both companies were acquired—Angara by Personify and Thuuz by sports data provider Stats Perform in 2020. In between building these companies, Warren spent 13 years as a managing director at DFJ.