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Digital mental health is in its infancy, and I’m excited to see what it can do when it grows up.

Thomas Insel MD has just written “What’s next for digital mental health companies?” in Stat News, a brilliant thought piece on the state of digital mental health. He cuts through some of the hype surrounding mental health startups fuelled by $5.1 billion in venture capital investment in 2021, while pointing to the infinitely larger potential of applying technology to improve a system that today… Continue reading →

Goodbye Campus London

End of an era: Campus London, Google’s space for entrepreneurs, won’t reopen its physical doors after the pandemic. I felt sad when I heard the news, but also grateful and proud: The reason Campus London is closing is that it worked, more than we ever imagined.… Continue reading →

Betrayal and Love

This week is my 15 year anniversary of joining Google. Emi Nietfeld recently wrote a nuanced op-ed in The New York Times about her experience as a software engineer at Google, from joyful beginnings to being harassed by a coworker and the miserable aftermath of her speaking out about it. She talks about being in love with Google when she… Continue reading →

Stop apologising. Say thank you instead.

That was the message I got from Shellye Archambeau this week who shared her life and work lessons in a fireside chat with Xers. Shellye is an extraordinary leader who worked her way up from intern to tech CEO and board member during a time when there were even fewer women in tech than today, and even fewer Black women. A woman… Continue reading →


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“There is nothing artificial about artificial intelligence. A.I. is made by humans, intended to behave by humans, to impact humans’ lives and human society. No technology is more reflective of its creators than A.I.”

– Fei-Fei Li