Venture funds that spent decades fueling software as it ate the world are now looking to feed the AI that’s eating software. “We’re at the beginning of this cycle where there’s going to be a lot of new winners,” said Jordan Jacobs, managing partner of Toronto-based Radical Ventures, which figures it has a better understanding of AI’s ingredients than most.
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