During a fireside chat at Disrupt SF, the venture capitalist dispensed advice -- and avoided talking about Hampton Creek.
Billionaire venture capitalist Vinod Khosla doesn't want to speculate on whether Silicon Valley is in a bubble. In fact, he thinks anyone who does so is spewing nonsense. "I guarantee you anyone who has given you an answer to [whether there's a bubble] on this stage doesn't have a clue," he said Wednesday at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco.
Plant-based food startup Hampton Creek, a crown jewel in the Khosla Ventures portfolio, has been embroiled in a lot of controversy during the past month. Business Insider first published a story in early August in which former employees alleged bad ethics and a lack of science at the egg-replacement startup. Show More Summary
Venture capitalist Vinod Khosla once predicted, “By 2025, 80 percent of the functions doctors do will be done much better and much more cheaply by machines and machine learned algorithms.” Whether or not his percentage proves accurate, the opportunities to improve human health through technology are limitless. From advanced electronic health [...]
The famous venture capitalist explains the reason he requires his firm's partners to get startup experience.
A year and a half ago, Silicon Valley venture capitalist Vinod Khosla made headlines when he stated at a conference that in the next decade “data science and software will do more for medicine than all of the biological sciences together.”Read full article >>
Vinod Khosla and others have said that 70% of VCs add negative value. I wouldn’t want to be one of those (although I probably was at one point…). How then,...
It looks like Surfrider Foundation will be going back to court to fight for access in the Martin's Beach case. Billionaire venture capitalist property owner, Vinod Khosla, filed a Notice of Appeal this week to try to overturn the very strong lower court ruling. Show More Summary
What Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Vinod Khosla Told Me About Getting Out of My Own Way
On December 1, San Mateo County Court Judge Barbara Mallach issued a final order requiring Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla to immediately restore public access to Martin's Beach. Khosla purchased a 53-acre parcel adjacent to Martins Beach for $37.5 million in 2008. Show More Summary
As the new year begins, so does a new chapter in the battle over a stretch of California beach whose access point has been blocked by Vinod Khosla, venture capitalist and billionaire cofounder of Sun Microsystems. Khosla has long been...Show More Summary
A look at the hottest deals, business moves and upstart entrepreneurs for December 18 from around the country, as reported by The Business Journals and other local business publications. Deals and money plays Seattle… Skytap, which helps...Show More Summary
On December 1, San Mateo County Court Judge Barbara Mallach issued a final order requiring Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla to immediately restore public access to Martin's Beach. Still, the gate hasn't been opened, and now Khosla's lawyers are challenging the ruling. Show More Summary
One week after San Mateo County Court Judge Barbara Mallach issued an order for billionaire Vinod Khosla to open access to Martin's Beach, a gate leading down to the shore remains closed. The Surfrider Foundation first filed suit against...Show More Summary
On Friday, December 5, 2014, Judge Barbara J. Mallach ordered Vinod Khosla to open the gates at Martin's Beach immediately. With the issuance of the Judgment in Surfrider's Martin's Beach case, Judge Mallach clarified her previous Statement of Decision.
In September, San Mateo County Court Judge Barbara Mallach ruled against Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla in a lawsuit regarding public access to Martin's Beach, a secluded stretch of oceanfront just south of Half Moon Bay. According...Show More Summary
We’ve entered a new era of enterprise computing, according Vinod Khosla. Ask the Sun Microsystems co-founder and Khosla Ventures founding partner and he’ll explain the thing that separates today’s environment from decades past is that nearly every critical application and process runs across a distributed system, rather than on a single machine. Show More Summary
Day 3 of Exponential Medicine began with none other than Dr. Dan Kraft moderating the morning keynote with Vinod Khosla, renowned investor and Founder of Khosla Ventures, who talked about how the practice of medicine has evolved to follow a set of rules based largely on historical precedent rather than practicing the best possible medicine. Show More Summary
Technological advances are going to take away basically all of our jobs. This workless future should frighten all of us. It certainly worries Sun Microsystems cofounder Vinod Khosla. To say the least, Khosla’s solutions section is really murky because he can’t get past basically being a technofuturist libertarian, but his diagnosis of the problem is […]