Paul Allen

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In my experience, each failure contains the seeds of your next success — if you are willing to learn from it.

Paul Gardner Allen (21 January 195315 October 2018) was an American business magnate, investor and philanthropist. He co-founded Microsoft alongside Bill Gates.

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  • I simply wanted to advance the field of artificial intelligence so that computers could do what they do best (organize and analyze information) to help people do what they do best, those inspired leaps of intuition that fuel original ideas and breakthroughs.
  • I’m trying to transmit the visions of creativity and build institutions that are incredibly catalytic to their fields.
  • It's very challenging to carve back market share.
  • Others might have found us eccentric, but I didn’t care. I had discovered my calling. I was a programmer.
    • Idea Man (2012)
  • What we did was unprecedented, but what is less well understood is that we had no choice.
    • Idea Man (2012)
  • My style was to absorb all the data I could to make the best-informed decision possible, sometimes to the point of over-analysis.
    • Idea Man (2012)
  • Our great string of successes had married my vision to his unmatched aptitude for business.
    • Idea Man (2012)
  • In my experience, each failure contains the seeds of your next success—if you are willing to learn from it.
    • Idea Man (2012)

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