Returning to VentureBeat as a Contributing Writer

The VentureBeat logo on display at the media outlet's office in San Francisco, Calif. taken on Dec. 13, 2016. Photo credit: Ken Yeung

After a six-year absence, I’m proud to announce I’ll be freelancing for VentureBeat starting in April. But unlike my first stint in 2015 where I had a broad mandate for coverage, this time, I’m exclusively focusing on artificial intelligence. For the past few years, VentureBeat has narrowed its coverage to exploring the data and AI revolution within the enterprise. The AI boom makes this an exciting time to learn about emerging innovations and I’m excited to play a part in reporting on the next big thing and informing tech decision-makers.

I view my return to VentureBeat as an extension of the work I contributed in 2023 when I teamed with Sharon Goldman to cover Microsoft unveiling an OpenAI-powered Bing search engine. Since then, I’ve tried to cover AI news on this blog and also through my LinkedIn newsletter. Now, I’ll have a better seat at the table to witness what might be the greatest disruption in technology’s history.

Areas of interest include customer engagement, security, marketing, automation, infrastructure, analytics and machine intelligence, applications for the enterprise, and open-source software.

If you’re working on AI at your startup or company and think there’s a story to tell, please reach out! I’m looking forward to learning about the issues decision-makers care about.

You can read all my coverage on VentureBeat here.

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