The Sunnyvale Start-up Summit, held at the Google HQ in Mountain View, was an excellent opportunity for amberSearch’s CEO, Philipp Reissel, to learn about the latest AI-Developments from Google, network with exciting individuals, and connect with over 30 German start-ups.

During the event, Philipp had the opportunity to meet with inspiring people such as Tris Warkentin, the product manager for Google’s BARD, Andi Gutmans, one of the co-inventors of the programming language PHP and Chen Goldberg, one of the VP for the Kubernetes development at Google.

Next to listening to what’s ahead in Technology, Philipp had the opportunity to soak up the valley spirit, which was a truly remarkable experience. The Sunnyvale Start-up Summit was also a great opportunity to network with like-minded individuals, including the first external investors of Open AI.

Philipp enjoying the site around the Golden Gate Bridge

So what did he take home from his trip?

It’s really impressive to see where technology is heading and how rapidly the pace has picked up in the last few years. I think the developments of OpenAI and BARD show just the tip of the ice berg and what opportunities there are to come. Philipp Reissel, Co-Founder of amberSearch after his trip to San Francisco

The amberSearch-team will see how to smartly integrate the new impulses into the next steps in the development of amberSearch.