Marco Trombetti

Building the Good Life:
Humans and AI together for the Language of Tomorrow


Marco Trombetti is a 46 year old computer scientist, serial entrepreneur, and investor. In 1999, together with Isabelle Andrieu, he founded Translated to solve one of humanity's greatest challenges: to allow everyone to understand and be understood in their own language. Translated pioneered the use of artificial intelligence to support professional translators and is one of the leading translation companies today, with over 270,000 customers including Google, AirBnb and Uber.
With the profits from these and other ventures, Marco co-founded Pi Campus, a venture capital firm investing in early-stage technology startups, mostly in the AI field, with 49 investments in its portfolio ranging from Europe to the United States. In 2017, Pi Campus launched Pi School, an innovative educational reality to create a new class of AI specialists. Pi School offers personalized coaching from AI world-renowned authorities to talented engineers.
Marco is also the author The New Prince – Why and How to Startup, a collection of essays illustrating the counterintuitive reasons and strategies that have led the new generations of entrepreneurs to success. It offers a new and straight-to-the-point perspective on why and how to start an innovative company, without trying to please readers with half-truths.