Vinod was invited to Slush 2017 where he took the Founder Stage to talk about how our society could be completely reinvented in many aspects through technology, and why entrepreneurship is actually the driving force of that change. The event took place on December 12, 2017 in Helsinki, Finland and brought together 20,000 attendees, including 2,600 startups, 1,600 investors and 600 journalists from over 130 countries. Read More
Vinod was invited to speak at the Digital Medicine Conference which focused on a thoughtful exploration of the clinical evidence necessary to drive the widespread uptake of digital health solutions. The event took place in La Jolla, San Diego in October 2017.
Vinod did a 30-minute Q&A with Eric Topol discussing the following questions:
- Is healthcare in need of disruptive change, or can the current systems of care just be gradually refined?
- What are the biggest barriers to technology-focused entrepreneurs and/or mega-corporations to “fixing” healthcare?
- How will AI/Deep Learning be incorporated in, and change healthcare?
- What advice would you give the young founder of a new tech start-up focused on healthcare?
- What advice would you give a recent college graduate about to start medical school? Read More
Vinod Khosla ruminates over the many implications of Artificial Intelligence at the Economics of AI NBER Conference in Toronto. Read More
Vinod explores the dangers of AI in the hands of governments and/or bad actors using AI to push self-interested agendas against the greater good. Read More
In this talk, Erik Brynjolsson, author of The Second Machine Age, discusses how technology will force economic disruption and hypothesizes what the future may look like. Read More
There have been and will continue to be multiple big technology revolutions, but the most impactful on human society may be the one that finally builds systems with judgment and decision-making capability more sophisticated and nuanced than trained human judgment. Read More
At the annual KV CEO Summit, we were fortunate to have both Larry Page and Sergey Brin sit down to discuss a wide range of topics including the acquisition that never was (although not for lack of trying!), why computers today are still pretty bad, their partnership over the last 16 years, the future of Google, government 2.0 and how machine learning and technology will shape our future of abundance. Read More
In this talk, hear from Vinod Khosla about the future of health, how patients should be empowered to be the CEOs of their own health and some of the hardest questions facing society today. Read More
Let’s start with healthcare (or sickcare, as many knowledgeable people call it). Think about what happens when you visit a doctor. You have to physically go to the hospital or some office, where you wait (with no real predictability for how long), and then the nurse probably takes you in and checks your vitals. Only after all this does the doctor show up and, after some friendly banter, asks you to describe your own symptoms. Read More
A.I. touches our lives in the form of chess computers that are better than most humans, computers beating the best humans at Jeopardy, intelligent ad targeting, Microsoft Kinect recognizing human motion and even amazingly, Google’s self-driving car that drove itself from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Read More