Getting to the Impossible
Points and Perspectives
We hold an annual Summit (COVID notwithstanding) where we bring together industry leaders to share their insights and advice with our portfolio companies.
We have curated a few of the most sought-after articles on our thoughts on societal innovation and how a few instigators can make an exponential impact on the world. Peruse a few of them here.
As a technology optimist I like to say, “what can be imagined technologically reasonably can be invented” is more true than not and more a…more
This post also appears on Medium. 12–15 entrepreneurs, driven by entrepreneurial energy and passion for a vision, and a little bit of luck, could change…more
Healthcare has a radical opportunity to reinvent itself. Healthcare today often results in suboptimal patient outcomes despite doctors doing the best they can within the…more
Stephen Dubner discusses venture capital and its effects on the American economy in this episode of Freakonomics. As one of the guests’ in this episode,…more
A Khosla Podcast
Our podcast, Instigators of Change, explores innovative ideas, the people who come up with them, and those who invest in them. Our guests are the outliers, creators, mavericks — those who imagine differently. They build companies that alter transportation, retail, food, energy, entertainment, space. And when they succeed, we cannot imagine life without them. Tune in to hear about non-obvious ideas from inspiring people.
In 2005, a small company began offering up a way to post amateur videos on the web. YouTube operated on a shoestring, with its founders maxing out credit…Listen Now
When Sarah Friar quit as the CFO of Square, CEO Jack Dorsey wasn't thrilled. But she felt compelled to take the leap. Friar explains why she left,…Listen Now
More than 50 years ago, President Nixon announced a moonshot to cure cancer. But the cure never came. More than half a million Americans still die from…Listen Now
You might call Ethan Mollick a man obsessed. And he probably wouldn’t mind. Because Mollick - a high-profile professor at The Wharton School - is obsessed…Listen Now