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Recodes:Recode.com/LiveThe first show on this week’s episode of Recode Replay was called “What We Learned” and is a special episode featuring interviews with former Google and Facebook executives, investors and venture capitalists, as well as some of the brightest minds in tech who are leading a new generation of startups.
The episode is a must-see for anyone interested in the tech industry.
RecODE hosts Kara Swishers interview with Bill Gates.
The episode will be available on the Recode app for iPhone, iPad and Android.
The first episode was also hosted by Kara Swish, Recode’s chief technology correspondent.
The conversation focused on how startups are being built, how companies can grow faster and how we can better understand how they do it.
“We are at a point where, for the first time in history, we are seeing a very robust ecosystem of venture capital,” she said.
“So, that’s exciting.”
Recode host Kara Swishes interview with former Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
The topic of this week`s episode was how the world of technology has changed in the last five years.
In an interview, Microsoft’s CEO Satyendra Jain talked about how Microsoft has been able to become a leader in the cloud and how it will continue to be a leader.
Jain said that the success of cloud services has been one of the main drivers behind Microsoft`s growth, but that it has also helped create a culture where the company is focused on being a leader for all of its customers, not just its core businesses.
“Our core business is cloud computing, which is one of our core competencies,” he said.
“And that is one where the success in cloud computing is not simply a result of being able to scale the cloud, but also of being a global leader in this space, and so we have been able in that way to be the leader in all areas.”
In an interview with Recode, former Microsoft chief technology officer Satyendranath Tagore said that Microsoft’s goal for the next 10 years is to “be the global leader” in the area of artificial intelligence.
The goal is to become the AI leader in one or two or three decades.
Tagore said Microsoft is now in a position to become “the world leader in AI.”
He also pointed to Microsoft` continued focus on AI in the areas of voice recognition, artificial intelligence for health care and AI for education.
Tagores comments about how the company has become the global leaders in artificial intelligence has been a key point in the company`s success.
Recode editor Kari Wahlberg was joined by several prominent technology executives and venture capital investors.
They talked about the challenges facing the tech space, as the tech sector continues to grow, and how the tech giants have made it easier for them to succeed in this environment.
Wahlberg said that as the technology sector continues, the business model for most companies has become increasingly complicated.
“What I would call a traditional business model, which used to be, a company was a business that had a single purpose, was an organization, a corporation that could be sold to a buyer and that’s that, it was a product, it wasn’t a service,” she told Recode`s Kara Swisen.
“That is not the case anymore.”
Recoding host Kara Wahlburg discusses the changing business model.
Walshberg said this has led to companies such as Facebook, Amazon, Google, Uber, Airbnb and others all trying to compete for market share.
“It has led us to a place where it is more difficult for the average individual to compete in this world,” she explained.
“And so what I would say to you is, the question you have to ask yourself is, what are the companies doing that are really making it possible for you to compete on a level playing field with the rest of the world?”
Wahlburg also said that it is the business practices of the companies that are ultimately driving the innovation.
She said that some of these innovations are being pioneered by the companies themselves, but others are coming out of their own internal processes.
Walgreens founder Paul Allen discussed how he and his wife, Janna, have built a company that sells medical devices for a living, and then built their own startup.
Allen said that he was inspired to build a business because he saw the need for an affordable, high-quality product.
“If you want to be an entrepreneur, you need to make your product affordable,” Allen said.Walt