Investor Connect: Archie Cheishvili of GenesisAI

Investor Connect: Archie Cheishvili of GenesisAI

March 3, 2023 by investor

On this episode of Investor Connect, Hall welcomes Archil Cheishvili, CEO, President & Director at GenesisAI.

Located in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, GenesisAI is a Machine Learning protocol. On top of this protocol, they are building a marketplace for AI (Artificial Intelligence) products and services – Amazon for AI. The marketplace connects companies in need of AI services, data, and models with companies interested to monetize their AI tech.

Archil is a serial entrepreneur who graduated from Harvard University. He worked at Bridgewater Associates and went on to co-found The Bears, which he later sold and made a 6x return on. He went on to become the VP of Artificial Intelligence at venture capital firm IDFEC. He is recognized by media outlets including the New York Post, Forbes, and Yahoo Finance.

Archie advises entrepreneurs in the AI sector. He shares how he sees the industry evolving and discusses the biggest challenge they face.

Archil talks about the present and future of AI, the groundbreaking potential of ChatGPT, practical AI applications, and his Genesis AI project.

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