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Ivy League antisemitism hearings
State of the economy for consumers
Signs of life in SaaS, VC shutdowns, and more
Why Friedberg chose to take the role of CEO at Ohalo, and the dearth of great leadership talent in tech
Google announces Gemini: Why this is a notable moment for Google, industry impact, and more
Adobe's $20B Figma acquisition has stalled out due to the UK's CMA
Rachel Cruze & Ken Coleman answer your questions and discuss:
Letting go of past financial mistakes,
"My husband doesn't want me to stay at home,"
"We feel guilty spending our money,"
"I barely make any money, what can I do?"
"Should I take out more loans to continue my education?"
"How do I talk to my parents about money?"
Money lessons from Christmas movies,
"Paying off debt while unemployed,"
"Should we sell our house when we move?"
"Should I tell my boss that I'm looking for a new job,"
"Did we buy too much home?"
"Take out student loans to start a business?"
"Is our childcare cost too high?
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson sits down in-person with researcher, professor, and author, Dr. Sarah Hill. They break down sex-based differences in regret, competition, and academia; the balance between life exposure and safeguarding when raising a child; the practice of “mate-choice copying” among women; and why our hormones are a foundational part not just of our physical makeup, but also of who we are and who we have the potential to become.
Dr. Sarah E. Hill is a researcher and professor at TCU and author of “This is your brain on birth control: the surprising science of women, hormones, and the law of unintended consequences”. In addition to being at the forefront of research on women’s sexual psychology, Sarah is also a sought-after speaker, consultant, and media expert in the area of women’s hormones and sexual psychology.
Kruze COO, Scott Orn joins Jason to discuss how should startup founders determine their pay. They also talk about the average startup CEO salary from 2018-2023 and the importance of being thoughtful before starting a company and knowing your personal burn rate. Furthermore, they discuss the average startup CEO salary by amount of funding raised and CEO pay: Men Vs. Women.
AI is the new UI for enterprise customers, according to Clara Shih, the CEO of Salesforce AI. Salesforce released Einstein, now called Einstein GPT, in 2016, making it an early example of how beneficial AI can be when embedded in enterprise software. This week on No Priors, Sarah and Elad talked with Clara about what the evolution of AI in enterprise looks like, how Salesforce is adoption AI across the organization, and the onboarding process for companies looking to integrate AI into their workflow, plus the challenges of pricing for AI services.
Clara Shih is the Chief Executive Officer of Salesforce AI where she leads the AI efforts across Salesforce including AI co-pilot and agent platform, model development, go-to-market growth, adoption, partnerships, ecosystems, and secure responsible AI. Before that was the CEO of Salesforce Service Cloud She is also the co-founder and previous CEO of Hearsay Systems. She is also on the Board of Directors at Starbucks.