Indico CEO on the Existential Crisis in AI and Finding One’s Path

May 24th, 2016 Xconomy Boston —  Slater Victoroff’s hands were bleeding, several of his fingernails were chipped and broken, and there was dust in his eyes. He was exhausted. If he stopped moving, he would likely die. As he climbed up the mountain in the eastern Himalayas, he reached a particularly treacherous section. “I actually had the decision laid out in front of me: Is life something worth fighting for?” Victoroff recalls. “It would’ve been easy to not continue.” But he gathered his resolve and kept moving, and he and his group eventually reached the top of a peak about 18,000 feet high, he says. That was nearly six years ago. He was only 18. Looking back on it now, such an experience “makes you see things a little bit…


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