Will Y Combinator accept fewer companies into its accelerator between 2028-2030 than between 2020-2022?

Years are inclusive. Will use what public data is available; may estimate and then use probabilities if Y Combinator becomes less transparent as an organization between now and then.

If Y Combinator stops accepting companies into its accelerator entirely or goes out of business this question will continue to resolve according to a literal reading of the title, as opposed to N/A.

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hesitant yes: if ai goes well, it's quite plausible there would still be lots of firms getting big grants. though, I suspect the contracts the firms sign would be structured rather differently, and maybe YC doesn't need to exist at all because a fundamentally more efficient investment system can be designed or something.