Welcome to the 109th episode of Inc. Uncensored, hosted by Inc. editor Jim Ledbetter.

Staff reporter Zoe Henry talks about the sexual assault allegations against Miki Agrawal, the brash taboo-demolishing founder of Thinx, a company that makes underwear for women during their periods. A former employee lodged various complaints against Agrawal, from molestation to public humiliation. Henry digs into Agrawal's leadership style and various other complaints from employees, including how Agrawal fostered a hostile work environment for women employees.

Staff writer Kevin Ryan, who recently returned from SXSW, talks about the annual conference in Austin, Texas. One of the biggest themes of the conference was how artificial intelligence will affect jobs and the economy. Ryan says many speakers warned that the U.S. might lose the race to create an AI technology platform that could change the way people live and work to other countries like Japan. The creator of Apple's AI assistant Siri, said that worries about artificially-intelligent robots taking over the world are unfounded. Mark Cuban, during a keynote, said the first trillionaire in the world will be the person who creates AI software that is easily adopted by the mass market and makes life and work easier.

Lastly, the crew interviews Ken Ziegler, CEO of Logicworks, a cloud management platform that has partnered with Amazon, about how he recently led the company through a sale.

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