We have all seen the epic rants of certain Twitter members but the latest Tweetstorm of Shervin Pishevar appears to have been something completely different. The technology investor is a well-known face in Silicon Valley where he has become a close ally of SpaceX founder, Elon Musk. The close working relationship between Musk and Pishevar was highlighted by the decision of the Tesla founder to give the plans for his underground Hyperloop rail service due to his busy schedule.
Whether his intention was to make the public aware of the problems Shervin Pishevar believes are already affecting the U.S. economy or a true reflection of his beliefs, the Uber investor certainly began a conversation. The Tweetstorm by the University of California Berkeley graduate took in a number of topics surrounding the U.S> economy and the development of technology in the nation.
One of the most impressive series of Tweets from Pishevar discussed the problem of stalled growth in the U.S. technology sector. The start of the Tweetstorm saw Shervin Pishevar begin his series of Tweets by taking on the problems he sees coming in the U.S. economy and would go on to explore his feelings about the U.S. technology sector.
Perhaps the most shocking Tweets were reserved for Silicon Valley and the giants of the technology sector in the U.S. Shervin Pishevar has been one of the leading figures in this sector but believes the innovators in the industry are being halted from achieving their best work by the stranglehold of the top five companies.
Despite top names such as Google and Facebook remaining at the top of the global charts in the technology sector, Shervin Pishevar believes the best days for the U.S. technology sector are behind them. Pishevar stated the stranglehold of the major companies in the technology sector had been stalled for too long by greedy members of the top five technology companies in the world. The epic Tweetstorm named nations such as China as already moving ahead of the U.S. in this sector because of tighter controls over the technology sector.