Nisa Amoils

Author: Nisa Amoils
Nisa Amoils is an investor in private companies and has been a venture capitalist, a Board Member and entrepreneur. She invests in a variety of technology including consumer and enterprise, with focus on AR/VR, robotics, drones, AI, autonomous mobility, cybersecurity, blockchain and other disruptive technologies. She has also been an angel investor since 2010 with a portfolio focus on mentoring and supporting female founders and is a member of New York Angels. She is a regular judge/panelist on CNBC, MSNBC and Fox and a contributor for Forbes. She is a mentor at Grand Central Tech and Parity Partners. She on the Advisory Board of Girls Who Invest. She is a regular judge for the Wharton Business Plan Competition and a trustee of Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship. She is a corporate attorney and spent many years at Time Warner and NBC Universal. She holds a business degree from the University of Michigan and a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

Millennials Are Driving Blockchain And Next Wave of Digital Finance

August 23, 2018
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Over the last decade, consumer technology and the sharing economy has revolutionized almost every aspect of our lives. It has changed the way we travel, shop, interact with our friends and even date. Millennials have come to expect immediacy and sharing of experiences, including in their financial investme...

Convergence of Brains and Chains – An AI View of Blockchain

July 25, 2018
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After many stops and starts it finally appears that we are on the verge of a true convergence explosion between Internet of Things (IOT), AI, and blockchain. Or in other words, the production of data, the consumption of data and the distribution of data. To review: IoT pertains to the interconnectivity of ...

LIGHTS, CAMERA, BLOCKCHAIN! – Blockchain In Film Industry

July 12, 2018
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Despite the fact that the way motion pictures are made and seen hasn’t changed dramatically in the last century, there have been notable examples in the last twenty years of technological advances which have revolutionized the film industry. Streaming services have reshaped the way audiences watch movies o...