I'm in Melbourne's investment team and looking for Australia's most ambitious founders — especially those working at the frontier of technology and science.
Hustled as a 19 year old selling houses. Studied economics, worked in a credit hedge fund, and had a brief stint doing some macro investing at AustralianSuper.
Top down learning is more effective than bottom up. As the body of human knowledge grows, we need to consider starting from the hard stuff and working backwards more.
Our knowledge of biology and the tools we have to engineer it have exploded over the past 20 years. I'm fascinated by what this means for personalised medicine.
Another recent brain worm is around rethinking education — and not just throwing AI at it. Why is the default mode of a tutor corrective?