Infiniti Ventures is about the progress of technology in advancing human potential and reach. Inspired by a combination of
i. David Deutsch's seminal book, The Beginning of Infinity, which resides on the theme that human knowledge is unbounded and any problem is solvable given the right knowledge and not forbidden by laws of nature,
ii. A multitude of tech companies such as SpaceX, Tesla, Neuralink, Lilium, Meatable, Dendra Systems, Agora Energy, Senolytx, Vitro Labs that are pushing the frontiers of human innovation,
iii. A wide range of advances in scientific research in the fields of AI, Augmented Reality, Blockchain, IoT, Photonics, Quantum Computing, Robotics, Synthetic Biology and 3D Printing,
iv. Jason Crawford's work, The Roots of Progress, which is about the history of technology and industry, and the philosophy of human progress,
v. Marc Andressen's article on It's time to build, Balaji Srinivasan's article on The Purpose of Technology and the need to evangelize technological progress, and Eli Dourado’s Notes on technology in 2020s, and
vi. The vision of venture capital firms such as Future Ventures, Founders Fund, Fifty Years, Future Positive Capital, Blue Yard, Lux Capital, Prime Movers Lab and Prima Materia,
the initial mission of Infiniti Ventures is to catalogue the advances across research in deep technology sectors and the emerging trends across deep tech startups.
A vision for a positive future shouldn't be just about solving today's problems - fighting climate change, curing cancer, eliminating poverty.
But also about pushing the boundaries of human leap - curing ageing, making humanity a multi-planetary species, and being prepared to solve the problems of the future.