Friday, October 2, 2009
This weekend — October 3 and 4, 2009 — there will be a “Singularity Summit” in New York City, the latest in a series dating back to 2006. Ari Schulman will be in the room, liveblogging the event, and we expect to have regular coverage and commentary throughout. (Five years ago, when blogging was still fresh and liveblogging conferences was still pretty rare, we liveblogged a Foresight Institute conference at which a handful of the same speakers appeared.)
Charles T. Rubin, New Atlantis contributing editor.
Adam Keiper, New Atlantis editor.
Ari N. Schulman, New Atlantis senior editor.
Brendan Foht, New Atlantis assistant editor.
Mark Gubrud, Futurisms contributor.
by Charles T. Rubin
- Machine Morality and Human Responsibility
- Beyond Mankind
- Why Be Human?
- Our Bodies, Ourselves
- The Rhetoric of Extinction
- Man or Machine?
- Artificial Intelligence and Human Nature
by Adam Keiper
by Adam Keiper and Ari N. Schulman
by Ari N. Schulman
by Mark Gubrud
by other authors
- Humanism and Transhumanism (Fred Baumann)
- The Trouble with the Turing Test (Mark Halpern)
- Disenchanting Determinism (Caitrin Nicol)
- The Anti-Theology of the Body (David B. Hart)
- Ageless Bodies, Happy Souls (Leon R. Kass)
- Transitional Humanity (Gilbert Meilaender)
- Till Malfunction Do Us Part (Caitrin Nicol)
- Methuselah and Us (Diana Schaub)
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- Are psychologists humans too?
- Transhumanism and the Escape from the Everyday
- Transhumanist Resentment Watch
- A human on/off switch
- The Myth of Libertarian Enhancement
- Moral relativism and the future of technology
- The Crisis of Everyday Life
- Make your brain USB-compatible
- "The means to make the man of the future"
- The Revolution Will Be PowerPointed
- Scenes from the Singularity Summit
- "How much it matters to know what matters"
- On persuasion and saving the world
- Rationalism, risk, and the purpose of politics
- Methuselah speaks
- Investing in the Singularity?
- Peter Thiel on the Singularity and economic growth...
- Remembering, forgetting, and improving our minds
- Robo-cars and energy independence
- Kurzweil and his critics
- Gregory Benford on living longer
- Make scientists cooperate to usher in the Singular...
- One day closer to the Singularity
- He walks among us
- Enhancing cognitive abilities
- "Foundations of Intelligent Agents"
- Boyden bunts
- Simulation and the Singularity
- Stephen Wolfram's alternate dimensions
- Asking too much of "compression"
- Liveblogging the Singularity Summit
- On quantum computing (and consciousness)
- "Conscious Pilot" talk doesn't take flight
- "Pathways to Beneficial Artificial General Intelli...
- "Technological Convergence Leading to Artificial G...
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