From Next Deep
Discussions about the future of Silicon Valley have resurfaced in the wake of the epidemic, which is affecting more and more people, especially among tech companies. This week’s tech reporter and VC partner Kim-Mai Cutter He joins the podcast to discuss whether there will be a pandemic-led change in the work we do Driving mass migration from California and endangering its status as a center of innovation.
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