Artur Kiulian

Artur Kiulian

Guest Writer
Partner at Colab

About Artur Kiulian

Artur Kiulian, M.S.A.I., is a partner at Colab, a Los Angeles-based venture studio that helps startups build technology products using the benefits of machine learning. An expert in artificial intelligence, Kiulian is the author of Robot is the Boss: How to do business with artificial intelligence.

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