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Kuyda co-founded Luka, an artificial intelligence startup, and Mazurenko launched Stampsy, a tool for building digital magazines.Kuyda moved Luka from Moscow to San Francisco in 2015. When Stampsy faltered, Mazurenko moved into a tiny alcove in Kuyda’s apartment to save money.And his parties attracted sponsors with deep pockets — Bacardi was a longtime client.

“He was so forward-thinking and charismatic,” said Poydo, who later moved to the United States to work with him.In family photos, Mazurenko roller-skates, sails a boat, and climbs trees.Average in height, with a mop of chestnut hair, he is almost always smiling.“It was like a flamingo living in the house,” she said recently, sitting in the kitchen of the apartment she shared with Mazurenko. But it doesn’t really fit anywhere.” Kuyda hoped that in time her friend would reinvent himself, just as he always had before.And when Mazurenko began talking about new projects he wanted to pursue, she took it as a positive sign.She was writing an article about Idle Conversation, a freewheeling creative collective that Mazurenko founded with two of his best friends, Dimitri Ustinov and Sergey Poydo.

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