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She told TechCrunch that while the venture firm is a generalist, it is rooted in fintech and fintech infrastructure.Paystand banks $50M to make B2B payments cashless and with no fees|Christine Hall|July 23, 2021|TechCrunch
It seems generalist investors are recognizing that edtech investments can reap outsized returns, similar to sectors like deep tech, health tech and fintech.
I would also say that the perception that will come out in the survey of generalists in these areas may not consider some of the more advanced artificial intelligence capabilities that might be six months, a year, or two years down the road.
It was definitely easier to be a generalist than it is today.The Charmed Life of Frank Wilczek - Issue 98: Mind|Nell Freudenberger|March 17, 2021|Nautilus
On the contrary, there are plenty of brands that offer snow pants for the avid generalist—but, sometimes, that means you’ll be shelling out for the perfect pair.Best snow pants to keep you cozy (and active) all winter long|PopSci Commerce Team|February 25, 2021|Popular-Science
Finally if there is anything left over we can explore the possibility of outsourcing the task to a specialist or generalist.
You could be a generalist—a poet/mollusk scientist/seafarer/surgeon.
Even more wistfully, he was a passionate generalist in a time in which our ideas and expertise have become more and more silo-ed.
He can do more for you and knows more of your case in five minutes' observation than the generalist would in three months.
What we have said about the specialist we could repeat by taking the opposite of the question for the generalist.
Woe to the specialist who is not a pretty fair generalist, and woe to the generalist who is not also a bit of a specialist.The Note-Books of Samuel Butler|Samuel Butler
Make the generalist think of himself in connection with large movements.Analyzing Character|Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb
Pleasure and recreation are the only things in which an individual should be a generalist.
British Dictionary definitions for generalist
- a person who is knowledgeable in many fields of study
- (as modifier)a generalist profession