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Ep 51: David Selinger – How AI Predicts and Prevents Crime

Season #1 Episode #51

Success doesn’t come without failure and David knows this all too well. His LinkedIn profile looks to be a never-ending list of tech start-ups over the past two decades. Some have had a lot of success, while others haven't. He’s been a co-founder, early employee, or advisor at not less than nineteen Silicon Valley start-ups.  

David Selinger was an early Amazon employee, reporting directly to Jeff Bezos. He considers himself a techie at heart, having founded multiple successful enterprises, including Redfin and RichRelevance. He’s now,  the founder and CEO of Deep Sentinel, a pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence-based home security.

In this episode of The Liquid Lunch Project, David tells Matthew and Luigi about his unique journey from Stanford to tech entrepreneurship. He discusses how he found work-life balance and why he now looks for meaningful employment rather than just making money. Your guest also talks at length about the future of AI and its impact on human life. Listen in for some true pearls of wisdom.


What You Will Learn:

    • How AI is being used in David’s recent enterprise, Deep Sentinel.
    • What made him decide to return to college after dropping out.
    • How Deep Learning can help you work smarter, not harder.
    • What kind of society does he want his children and future generations to inherit.
    • And much more!


Favorite Quote:

“I want to perform meaningful work, whether I'm paid well or not at all.”

  • David Selinger


How To Get Involved:

Find out more about David through the Website, or connect with him on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Matthew Meehan and Luigi Rosabianca possess, between them, a treasure trove of insight and strategic advice for ambitious business owners.

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