The daughter of an electrical engineer and a schizophrenic, at 8 years old she told her mother she would change the world with philosophy. At 25 she’s still trying. She has looked for solutions everywhere — through theology and philosophy, in start-ups, and in venture capital in Silicon Valley. Now residing in San Francisco, she’s looking into innovative financial models that support long-term thinking, or as she puts it “financing tangible philosophy”.
How do we define what is human and what is not?