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What’s missing from Seattle’s startup ecosystem? | Amazon adds $1.4B to housing fund ADVER

What’s missing from Seattle’s startup ecosystem? | Amazon adds $1.4B to housing fund ADVERTISEMENT [GeekWire]( SPONSOR MESSAGE: Washington state’s second-largest city is the hub of an ambitious regional tech community seeking to leverage new realities to achieve its longstanding goals: [Read more.]( TODAY'S TOP STORIES F5, Rover, and a number of other tech companies have significant operations on both sides of Washington state — in Seattle and Spokane. The trend illustrates the potential for deeper ties between the two regions to strengthen Washington state’s innovation economy as a whole. [Read more](. (Above, one of F5’s two locations in Liberty Lake, Wash., in Spokane County.) Amazon is giving a $1.4 billion boost to its Housing Equity Fund to preserve and create thousands of additional affordable housing units in regions where the company has a significant office presence, including Seattle. [Read more.]( (Above, Amazon CEO Andy Jassy announces the additional funding.) What’s missing from Seattle’s startup ecosystem? More operators, more sizzle, more founders investing in each other, and making the city a better place to live are some of the things listed by early stage venture capitalists on a panel at the Seattle AI Investor Summit + Showcase. [Read more.]( - Previously: [Seattle tumbles to No. 20 in global ranking of startup ecosystems]( Coast Guard investigators found no evidence that the crew of OceanGate’s Titan submersible knew about their peril after a purported transcript of communications from the sub’s doomed dive to the Titanic was determined to be made up. [Read more.]( Washington state joined a federal antitrust lawsuit against Apple, alleging the iPhone maker is harming consumers with its monopoly in the smartphone market. [Read more.]( Hot Links: - Apple passed Microsoft as the world’s most valuable company, following its AI-related announcements. ([CNBC]( - LinkedIn is testing an AI product, leveraging Microsoft tech, that will prompt users to chat with an AI assistant to learn more about a particular company or topic. ([Axios]( - Seattle startup Pulumi rolled out a new “Pulumi Copliot” tool that uses AI to automate cloud infrastructure management. ([Pulumi]( Thanks for subscribing to the GeekWire newsletter, and have a great day. — GeekWire editor Taylor Soper, [tayor@geekwire.com](mailto:taylor@geekwire.com); and GeekWire reporter Kurt Schlosser, kurt@geekwire.com. SPONSOR MESSAGE [Where AI meets humanity in healthcare: What’s next?Â]( Join us at Seattle University’s Ethics and Tech Conference on June 27. We will delve into the pivotal role of AI in healthcare, explore the ethical considerations of AI integration, and ensure that technological advancements serve humanity. Reserve your spot to engage with experts shaping the future of healthcare. [Register now.]( LATEST HEADLINES [The hidden link between Seattle and Spokane: Tech companies find success on both sides of the state]( [Amazon adding $1.4B to its affordable housing fund in Seattle and other regions]( [What’s missing from Seattle’s startup ecosystem?]( [Stoke Space scores a success in first test firing of engine for reusable Nova booster]( [Washington state AG joins federal antitrust lawsuit taking on Apple’s smartphone dominance]( [OceanGate investigators see no signs that the crew was warned about fatal implosion]( GEEKWORK: TODAY'S TECH JOBS - [INRIX: Senior Accountant]( - [INRIX: Senior Frontend Engineer]( - [BRINC: Principal / Senior Software Test Engineer]( - [Pioneer Square Labs: Principal]( - [INRIX: Finance Pricing Manager]( - [BRINC: Senior Accounting/Financial Analyst]( - [INRIX: Account Executive, Public Sector]( - [BRINC: Senior/Principal Backend & Platform Software Engineer]( - [INRIX: Corporate Controller]( - [BRINC: Territory Account Executive, PacNW]( [FIND MORE JOBS ON GEEKWORK]( [HIRING? BUY A FEATURED LISTING TO APPEAR HERE]( [About GeekWire]( [Contact Us]( [Advertise]( Copyright © 2024 GeekWire LLC, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you opted to receive emails from GeekWire LLC.  Our mailing address is: GeekWire LLC 123 NW 36th St, Suite 203 Seattle, WA 98107  [change email frequency or address]( | [unsubscribe](

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