Nov. 14, 2022

856 - James Cham & Amber Yang, Investors at Bloomberg Beta

856 - James Cham & Amber Yang, Investors at Bloomberg Beta

James & Amber are investors at Bloomberg Beta.

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James & Amber are investors at Bloomberg Beta. Find their bios below.

James Cham is a Partner at Bloomberg Beta, a firm focused on investing in the future of work. James invests in companies working on applying machine intelligence to businesses and society. He’s currently invested in companies like Orbital Insight (satellite imaging), Primer (analyst tools), Domino Data Labs (AI model management), and AppZen (expense management). James speaks and writes on the implications of AI for companies, including a landscape of machine intelligence companies ( In the past, he's been involved in investments with companies like LifeLock, LinkedIn, Twilio, DropCam (now Nest), and Skybox Imaging. James was previously an investor at Bessemer Venture Partners and Trinity Venture Partners, a management consultant at The Boston Consulting Group, and a software developer. He has an M.B.A. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and was an undergraduate in computer science at Harvard College. He currently resides in Palo Alto with his family and children.

Amber Yang is an investor at Bloomberg Beta, where she invests in companies at the pre-seed and seed stages working on machine intelligence, robotics, data infrastructure, and developer tools. In the past, she founded Seer Tracking, a startup working on creating a sustainable space environment by predicting satellite collisions with space debris, which led her to be named Forbes 30 Under 30. She did her master’s and undergraduate degree in computer science from Stanford University and spent a quarter abroad studying philosophy at Oxford University. While she was in college, she was an investment partner at Dorm Room Fund and a fellow at 8VC. She is based in San Francisco and writes about tech and philosophy on Twitter and Substack.

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