Marc Andreessen – Making the Future

Invest Like the Best | 29 June 2021 | 1h 19m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Marc Andreessen. Explores how software is making the world better, while highly regulated sectors like education, healthcare, and housing are eating the economy. References Mark Perry’s Chart of the Century.

The Question of Education

a16z | 11 September 2020 | 0h 58m | Listen Later | iTunes
Marc Andreessen and Dylan Field discuss education. Covers the purpose, past and present of education; economics of education (student loans, the debt crisis, government funding, industry cost disease, credentialing and accreditation capture); tradeoffs of hard and soft degrees when it comes to making money and assessing skills objectively; and advice for students.

Software Has Eaten the World … and Healthcare is Next

a16z | 18 August 2019 | 0h 46m | Listen Later | iTunes
Marc Andreessen and Jorge Conde revisit Andresseesen’s 2011 predication that software would eat the world, considering how software has delivered on that promise and where it is yet to come. Discusses the translatable learnings from software’s transformation of the music and automotive industries, how software will now eat healthcare, and what changed in the fields of bio and computer science.

Talent, Tech Trends, and Culture

a16z | 29 December 2018 | 0h 38m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Interview with venture capitalists Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz. Covers their relationship; the evolution of VC and “talent as a network”; and where are we right now on industries being affected by tech (such as retail) and tech trends (such as virtual reality, augmented reality and wearables).

Beyond Zero-Sum Thinking in the Game of Tech and Life

a16z | 6 September 2018 | 0h 42m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Innovation author Steven B. Johnson interviews Ben Horowitz and Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz. Interesting through out. Perspectives on Silicon Valley history, decisionmaking, the importance of widespread employee stock ownership, blockchain, prospects for technological disruption in education and health, AI, and the role of zero-sum thinking in opposition to free trade and technology.