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Sam Altman : How to Build the Future

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  • Sam Altman : How to Build the Future

    21:10

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  • Elon Musk : How to Build the Future

    19:33

    Elon is the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors. Originally a cofounder of Paypal, Elon Musk founded SpaceX to enable the colonization of Mars.

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    00:00:00 Introduction
    00:00:22 If you were 22 today, what would the five problems that you would think about working on? ????
    00:01:01 - AI ????
    00:01:50 - Genetics ????
    00:02:16 - High bandwidth interface to the brain ????
    00:02:55 Common questions - I want to be the next Elon Musk, how do I do that?
    00:03:08 What did you do when you were younger that set you up to have a big impact?
    00:05:00 Do you think people that want to be useful today should get PhDs? ????
    00:05:10 How should someone figure out how they can be most useful?
    00:05:49 SpaceX decision ???? - Estimating the probability of success of this very crazy idea at the time
    00:08:16 Making a decision when everyone tells you this is a crazy idea? Where do you get the internal strength? ????
    00:08:57 - Just feel it and let the importance of it drive you to do it anyway
    00:09:43 What are the odds of the Mars colony are at this point? When can we go to Mars? ♂⚓
    00:11:13 What does the positive future for AI looks like and how can we get there? ????????
    00:13:23 - Humans are so slow ????
    00:15:02 How do you think OpenAI is going as a six-month-old company? ⚛️
    00:16:03 How do you spend your days now? What do you allocate most of your time to? ????
    00:16:30 What do you do when you are at SpaceX or Tesla? ????
    00:16:56 Elon spends most of his time with engineering team ????
    00:18:18 About Tesla Gigafactory and speed of the production line ????

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  • Sam Altman - How to Succeed with a Startup

    16:07

    Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, shares his thoughts on how you can succeed with a startup. Startup School is YC's free online program for founders. Sign up to access the full curriculum and over $100k in deals!

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    00:00:00 Introduction
    00:00:11 A product so good people tell friends
    00:00:53 Easy to understand
    00:01:13 Exponential growth in market
    00:02:00 Real trends vs Fake trends
    00:03:30 Evangelical founder
    00:04:04 Ambitious vision
    00:04:22 Hard startup vs Easy Startup
    00:05:34 Confident and definite view of future (but flexible!)
    00:06:10 Huge if it works
    00:06:30 Team (non-obvious insights)
    00:07:20 - Optimists!
    00:07:47 - Idea generators
    00:08:16 - ‘We’ll figure it out’
    00:08:50 - ‘I’ve got it’
    00:09:08 - Action bias
    00:09:34 - The blessing or inexperience
    00:10:16 Momentum
    00:11:04 Competitive advantage
    00:11:46 Sensible business model
    00:12:04 Distribution strategy
    00:12:20 Traits of best founders - Frugality, focus, obsession, love
    00:12:46 Why startups win
    00:13:13 - One no vs One yes
    00:14:06 - Fast-changing markets
    00:14:43 - Platform shifts
    00:15:46 End

  • Jessica Livingston : How to Build the Future

    36:10

    Jessica is a cofounder of Y Combinator.

    Y Combinator has funded 1,500 startups and they are worth more than $70 billion in total. More than 10 of them are worth more than a billion dollars or more.

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  • Mark Zuckerberg : How to Build the Future

    25:27

    Mark is a cofounder of Facebook.

    Facebook is one of the most influential companies in the history of the world. Over 1.1 billion people use it every day.

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  • Vinod Khosla on How to Build the Future

    34:33

    Vinod Khosla is the founder of Khosla Ventures, a firm focused on assisting entrepreneurs to build impactful new energy and technology companies.




    Previously he was the founding CEO of Sun Microsystems, where he pioneered open systems and commercial RISC processors.

    How to Build the Future is hosted by Sam Altman -

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    Topics

    00:00 - Vinod’s intro

    00:40 - A zero-million-dollar company vs a zero-billion-dollar company

    3:50 - What percentage of investors in Silicon Valley are good long-term company builders?

    4:20 - Who has earned the right to advise an entrepreneur?

    6:20 - Which risk to take when

    6:50 - Helpful board members

    7:45 - Who to trust for what advice

    10:30 - First principles thinking and rate of change

    12:30 - Evaluating a candidate in an interview

    13:45 - How much should a founder have planned and how ambitious should a founder be?

    16:00 - Recruiting great people

    18:30 - Building a phenomenal early team

    19:50 - Being generous with early employee equity

    26:30 - Gene pool engineering -

    26:48 - The art, science, and labor of recruiting -

    27:50 - How founders should think about investors

    30:30 - Doers vs pontificators

    31:30 - What does Vinod want to do in the next ten years?

    31:40 - Reinventing Societal Infrastructure with Technology -

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  • Sam Altman on Choosing Projects, Creating Value, and Finding Purpose

    35:48

    Sam Altman - - expands on ideas that have come up in several of his essays. Specifically: choosing projects, creating value, and finding purpose.

    Sam’s the president of YC Group - - and co-chairman of OpenAI -

    The YC podcast is hosted by Craig Cannon -

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    Topics

    :55 – From The Days Are Long But The Decades Are Short – Minimize your own cognitive load from distracting things that don’t really matter. It’s hard to overstate how important this is, and how bad most people are at it.

    3:20 – Stepping back and evaluating your work

    5:00 – Creating metrics for your projects

    6:00 – Taking a year off

    9:00 – Figuring out when to commit

    11:00 – Poker

    12:00 – From Productivity – Sleep seems to be the most important physical factor in productivity for me. Exercise is probably the second most important physical factor. The third area is nutrition.

    14:30 – From You and Your Research by Richard Hamming – If what you are doing is not important, and if you don’t think it is going to lead to something important, why are you at Bell Labs working on it?’

    16:00 – From The Days Are Long But The Decades Are Short – Things in life are rarely as risky as they seem. Most people are too risk-averse, and so most advice is biased too much towards conservative paths.

    17:00 – Perspective shifts

    19:45 – From Productivity – My system has three key pillars: “Make sure to get the important shit done”, “Don’t waste time on stupid shit”, and “make a lot of lists”.

    22:00 – What Happened to Innovation

    24:20 – From You and Your Research by Richard Hamming – He who works with the door open gets all kinds of interruptions, but he also occasionally gets clues as to what the world is and what might be important.

    26:20 – The deferred life plan doesn’t work

    31:20 – From The Merge – Our self-worth is so based on our intelligence that we believe it must be singular and not slightly higher than all the other animals on a continuum. Perhaps the AI will feel the same way and note that differences between us and bonobos are barely worth discussing.

    33:40 – Weight training

    35:00 – The Way to Love by Anthony de Mello

  • Sam Altman Statup School Video Waterloo Engineering

    1:18:20

    Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, conducts a Startup School with Waterloo Engineering students, providing insights to help them in their entrepreneurial journey.


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  • Team and Execution with Sam Altman

    46:30

    How to Start a Startup is a series of video lectures, initially given at Stanford in Fall 2014.

    Lecture Transcript:

    Sam Altman finishes up Ideas, Products, Teams and Execution by covering Team and Execution, in Lecture 2 of How to Start a Startup.

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  • The Winding Path of Progress | Sam Altman | Talks at Google

    1:49

    Sam Altman is the president of Y Combinator, the most prestigious startup incubator in Silicon Valley, but his vision for humanity's future goes far beyond northern California.

    Since taking the helm at Y Combinator, Sam has spearheaded the creation of new initiatives like YC Research, a nonprofit branch of Y Combinator that aims to conduct pure research into moonshot ideas like universal basic income, as well as OpenAI, a nonprofit AI research company working on creating a path toward artificial intelligence that can benefit all of humanity. Sam visits the Mountain View office to share his thoughts on a wide range of topics, including bias in the workplace, the most underrated quality of successful startup founders, the potential benefits of nuclear fusion, the growing challenge of economic inequality, and the role of the tech industry in politics.

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  • Sam Altman Talks About Artificial Intelligence at Big Compute 20 Tech Conference

    44:39

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    Sam Altman spoke at the inaugural Big Compute 20 tech conference at SFJazz in downtown San Francisco on February 11, 2020. This is his full fireside chat / interview, moderated by Shawn Hansen, COO of Rescale.

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  • Lecture 1 - How to Start a Startup

    43:53

    Lecture Transcript:

    Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, and Dustin Moskovitz, Cofounder of Facebook, Asana, and Good Ventures, kick off the How to Start a Startup Course. Sam covers the first 2 of the 4 Key Areas: Ideas, Products, Teams and Execution; and Dustin discusses Why to Start a Startup.

    See the slides and readings at startupclass.samaltman.com/courses/lec01/

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  • Competition is for Losers with Peter Thiel

    50:28

    Lecture Transcript:

    Peter Thiel, founder of Paypal and Palantir, discusses business strategy and monopoly theory in Competition is For Losers.

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  • Mark Zuckerberg on Taking Risks and Finding Talented People

    5:10

    This is an excerpt of Mark's How to Build the Future interview with Sam Altman -

  • How and Why to Start A Startup - Sam Altman & Dustin Moskovitz - CS183F

    44:43

    Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, and Dustin Moskovitz, Cofounder of Facebook and Asana, kick off the How to Start a Startup Course. Dustin discusses Why to Start a Startup and Sam introduces the 4 key components of Starting a Startup: Idea, Product, Team and Execution.

  • Drew Houston : How to Build the Future

    31:00

    Drew is the founder and CEO of Dropbox.

    Rejected once before, Drew eventually went through Y Combinator in the Winter of 2007 with Dropbox and has since grown it to over 500 million users today.

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  • Blitzscaling 02: Sam Altman on Y Combinator and What Makes The Best Founders

    1:12:26

    This is session 2 of Technology-enabled Blitzscaling, a Stanford University class taught by Reid Hoffman, John Lilly, Allen Blue, and Chris Yeh. This class features John Lilly interviewing Y Combinator President Sam Altman.

  • Office Hours with Sam Altman

    24:35

    Sam Altman and Craig Cannon go through questions submitted on Hacker News.

    To submit a question for Office Hours, send an email to Macro@YCombinator.com with a few sentences of context and your question.

    0:10 - As a B2B company how do you get sales outside of your network?

    1:55 - Should you go to meetups?

    3:01 - How do you expand your network?

    5:25 - When founding a startup, is being a college student an advantage or a disadvantage? Does it matter at all?

    9:01 - How can a student with no technical background go start a startup?

    9:59 - How can a nontechnical person vet a technical person?

    10:45 - What should people do when they're not technical but want to build some technical skills?

    11:12 - Why do you think crowdfunding for startups hasn't kicked off as well as hoped? What sort of pitfalls have startups in the space encountered that you know about?

    12:51 - What do you think is the best way to create impact/maximize potential impact on the world for a high school student developer?

    15:45 - How did Sam go about finding what he and the world values?

    19:30 - With VR/AR on the rise, how do you think it's going to impact the startup community?

    22:02 - How do you know if you're technical enough to build great products?

    22:49 - If you were an important but non-founder employee at a startup and your company were to be acquired, how would you approach the process of integrating and insuring success between the companies? And how would you evaluate the acquiring company to decide if it's worth staying?

  • What Would Elon Musk Work On If He Were 22?

    2:55

    Sam Altman asked Elon Musk what he would work in if he were 22 today.

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  • Y Combinators Sam Altman: Entire Political System Is Quite Broken | CNBC

    3:33

    CNBC's Aditi Roy speaks with Y Combinator President Sam Altman about his 'United Slate' platform to fight problems like California's housing crisis and recruit candidates for local, state and federal positions.
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  • TECH PRIDE: Sam Altman

    3:14

    Sam Altman, president of Y Combinator and co-chairman of Open AI, on why he'll be forever grateful to the internet and how he's hoping to make the world a better place with his work.

    In this video series, Lexus is highlighting outstanding LGBTQ tech innovators. From artificial intelligence to educating the next generation of trans coders, these trailblazers are living their lives with pride and using their super powers to shape the future.

  • CCF At Home with Sam Altman

    50:41

  • From Startup to Scaleup | Sam Altman and Reid Hoffman

    41:03

    Sam Altman sits down with Reid Hoffman to talk about the key changes founders should think about as they transition from a startup to a scaleup.

    This conversation took place at The Scaleup Offsite, a private CEO gathering hosted by Y Combinator Continuity and Greylock Partners in April 2017.

  • Jared Friedman - Advice for Hard-tech and Biotech Founders

    24:33

    YC Partner Jared Friedman covers hard-tech companies and why founders should consider starting one. He also covers a couple of the most common problems hard-tech companies face and how to solve them, with examples from seven YC companies.

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  • Microsoft Build 2020: CTO Kevin Scott on the future of technology

    47:32

    Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott focuses on the trends and constraints that are influencing one of the most significant developments in the history of computing — the explosion of large-scale machine learning models and rapid advancements in AI.

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  • Mark Zuckerberg On Yahoos Billion Dollar Offer

    4:19

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  • Sam Altmans Top 10 Rules For Success

    17:58

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  • Anne Wojcicki : How to Build the Future

    28:21

    Anne Wojcicki - - is the CEO and co-founder, 23andMe -

    Anne co-founded 23andMe after a decade spent in healthcare investing. 23andMe's mission is to empower consumers with access to their own genetic information, and create a simple way for people to participate in research. 23andMe currently has more than 5 million customers worldwide, and has created the largest crowd-sourced platform for genetic research. More than 80 percent of 23andMe customers participate in a research program that has generated nearly 100 published genetic studies to date.

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  • Building the Future

    2:06

    Millions of futures are being built on GitHub every day by individuals like you. Through the power of open thinking, an open internet, and open source, now is a moment of unrivaled potential. Gone are the days of waiting for someone else to find the way. It’s people like you—with an idea and a passion to ignite change—that are actively building tomorrow.

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  • How GPT-3 is shaping our AI Future with Sam Altman, CEO OpenAI

    3:09

    OpenAI CEO, Sam Altman, joins Azeem Azhar to reflect on the huge attention generated by GPT-3 and what it heralds for the future development of artificial general intelligence. Full episode:

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  • Sam Altman - Startup Investor School Day 1

    46:54

    Startup Investor School is a free, 4-day course designed to educate early stage investors interested in investing in startups. We'll cover the fundamentals of investing, from investing instruments to legal and accounting basics to evaluating startups and managing deal flow. Our hope is that more people, from a wide range of backgrounds will consider investing in startups and that those who do will be better at it.

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  • Sam Altman On When To Quit, Work Life Balance, And Finding Motivation

    6:50

    This is an excerpt of Sam's How to Build the Future interview with Jack Altman -

  • Work/life balance in your 20s

    1:47

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  • Beyond AI with Sam Altman and Greg Brockman

    25:59

    Fresh off a $1B cash commitment from Microsoft, OpenAI’s Sam Altman and Greg Brockman are joining us to talk about the company’s plans to bring about the age of artificial general intelligence. We’ll talk about whether that’s a good idea or not.

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  • Sam Altman on Picking What to Work on

    3:12

    This is an excerpt of Sam's How to Build the Future interview with Jack Altman -

  • Sam Altman | How to Get Funded by Y Combinator

    32:49

    Hear Sam Altman speak about how to get funded by Y Combinator, the danger of some incubators, and other great startup advice.

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  • Ideas, Products, Teams, and Execution with Dustin Moskovitz

    44:10

    How to Start a Startup is a series of video lectures, initially given at Stanford in Fall 2014.

    Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, and Dustin Moskovitz, Cofounder of Facebook, Asana, and Good Ventures, kick off the How to Start a Startup Course. Sam covers the first 2 of the 4 Key Areas: Ideas, Products, Teams and Execution; and Dustin discusses Why to Start a Startup.

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  • Sam Altman On Having Strong Opinions And Finding People To Work With

    4:11

    This is an excerpt of Sam's How to Build the Future interview with Jack Altman -

  • Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble with Sam Altman

    17:54

    Kim-Mai Cutler talks to Y Combinator's Sam Altman about the impact of tech on Bay area infrastructure, why a universal basic income might be a great idea, and getting tech involved in government.

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  • How to Invent the Future I - CS183F

    58:02

    One of the pioneers of personal computing, Alan Kay thought of laptops and graphical interfaces years before they were realized. At XeroxPARC, Apple, HP and Disney, he has developed tools for improving the mind. In these two lectures, Alan shares his story and how to think about building for the future.

  • Paul Graham on Why Sam Altman Took over as President of Y Combinator in 2014

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  • Sam Altmans Secret Recipe | Disrupt SF 2017

    19:14

    Y Combinator's Sam Altman has a chat with Connie Loizos about cryptocurrency, what makes a good startup, AI, and his thoughts on the current state of politics.

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  • Sam Altman - Do Startup Founders Need To Go To College?

    3:52

    Sam Altman and Craig Cannon go through questions submitted on Hacker News.

    To submit a question for Office Hours, send an email to Macro@YCombinator.com with a few sentences of context and your question.

  • GoMyCode Talk with Sam Altman : President of Y Combinator

    4:34

    Sam Altman is the Co-Founder of loopt (2005), and currently the president of Y Combinator group, from where rised 52 successful companies (airbnb, dropbox…). He’s also the president of OpenAI, a non-profit Artificial Intelligence company to promote and develop friendly AI.

    In this talk, Sam Altman was an inspiration for our students. He talked about his interesting journey and his first steps. Then, he answered questions asked by students that want to launch their own startups.


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  • Startup Advice from Sam Altman - Wellington, New Zealand

    19:19

    Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, shares his advice about building startups to a group of New Zealand entrepreneurs in Wellington, New Zealand. Watch the full panel discussion here:

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  • Sam Altman talks about Waterloo Engineering

    1:35

    Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, shares his thoughts about the unique culture within Waterloo Engineering, identifying what helps to create alumni with an incredible depth and breadth of engineering talent and who are ready and keen to launch successful startups. Sam Altman attended Hack the North 2014 as a speaker and mentor.


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  • Sam Altman: Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk are both right about the future of AI | CNBC Make It.

    1:37

    Sam Altman, president of Silicon Valley start-up accelerator Y Combinator, explains why Musk and Zuckerberg are both right about the future of AI.
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  • Sam Altman at Startup School 08

    23:36

    Sam Altman, founder of Loopt, discusses fundraising at Startup School 08.

  • How to be the Investor Startups Want with Sam Altman

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