Why Some of the Most Groundbreaking Technologies Are a Bad Fit for the Silicon Valley Funding Model
APRIL 5, 2018
Over the past few decades, Silicon Valley has been such a powerful engine for entrepreneurship in technology that, all too often, it is considered to be some kind of panacea. The Silicon Valley model, for all of its charms, was developed at a specific time, for a specific industry, which was developing a specific set of technologies. By the 1980s, Silicon Valley had surpassed Route 128 outside Boston to become the center of the technology universe. Jurgen Ziewe/Getty Images.