Why Kaggle founder Anthony Goldbloom isn’t worried about Microsoft

“I would be thrilled if we could build Kaggle into the size of Amazon,” says Anthony Goldbloom, Kaggle’s founder. Adrian Hallauer Power at a young age is what’s made the Millennial generation so different to those that preceded it. Empowered by technology and cheap capital, this generation is shaping how the world operates, breaking down hierarchies, traditions and rules that have existed through the ages. Facebook and Airbnb are the flag-bearing companies of the Millennial epoch, but behind those behemoths are millions and millions of start-ups, democratising everything from white collar jobs to how we catch a cab. Millennials, born between 1980 and 2000 and formerly known as Gen Y, are the most digitally fluent generation ever, having grown up with the internet. They dominate the global workforce but half, by some estimates, want to start their own businesses. Not to get rich – that’s for materialistic Baby…


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