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  • Short story: The Poisonous Song of the Skies

    Finer analysis of space-based recordings showed there had been faint electromagnetic signals coming from the system. Had. The revolution in astrobiology ... Read article

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    Nov 10st, 2019
  • Sorgner versus Musk on whether we live in a Computer Simulation

    Elon Musk argues that chances are very high that we do not live in base reality. IEET Fellow Stefan Lorenz Sorgner demonstrates that we do not have any good ... Read article

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    Nov 3st, 2019
  • Short story: Noontime Dawns

    They'll handle you as a spy, and, if you're being honest — the code you just used to ... You're in the part of the base you most definitely shouldn't be, deeply ... Read article

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    Nov 3st, 2019
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    nyit.edu Faculty/Staff Achievements 2012 | About | NYIT

    Kevin LaGrandeur, Ph.D., associate professor of English and director of NYIT's technical writing programs, has been invited to join the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, a nonprofit, international think tank that seeks to understand the impact of emerging technologies on individuals... Read article

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    fightaging.org A Single-Issue Political Party for Longevity Science

    Link: http://ieet.org/index.php/IEET/more/konovalenko201207261 And since aging is the leading moral issue today, given the prospect of being able to do something about it in the next century, then yes I reserve the right to call such a view repellent. Your comment implies that longevity as a sole... Read article

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    nextbigfuture.com IEET Fellow Mike Treder Has been Missing Since March 14

    Thanks Posted by bw at 3/18/2012 IEET Fellow Mike Treder Has been Missing Since March 14 Mike was at the 55th Annual Science and Engineering Fair of Metro Detroit 2011-2012 which was held at the Cobo Center in Detroit from 3/13 to 3/17. If you have any information that might help us find Mike ple... Read article

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    aigantighe.livejournal.com Xorg - Augmented Reality films

    Recently, via the IEET , I’ve come across two excellent films exploring the possible impact of augmented reality on our lives. There are positives, but also negatives. The first, Sight, is only 8 minutes long, and focuses on a guy using AR apps to help him date. All goes well, until, well, … Read article

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    postbiota.org [tt] Emergence - IEET News for March 7, 2010

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    transhumanismus.demokratietheorie.de Singing the Singularity | transhumanism / transhumanismus

    07.19.09 „Like many a useful concept, the Technological Singularity has become over-invested with emotion, ideological leanings, and tangential agendas. Can its value be recovered? On October 3, 2009, the fourth annual Singularity Summit will convene, this time in New York City. Among the speaker... Read article

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    acceleratingfuture.com Accelerating Future » AI-Related Poll at IEET

    It looks like we broke it. After the link to this poll was posted on this site, the number of votes for #1 skyrocketed from about 15 to 95. #3 also grew from about 10 to 44. Since nothing in reality is guaranteed, #3 is true… and since permanent nano-dictatorship enforcing technological stasis... Read article

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    skefia.com Slow unSingularity – so what? Reply to George Dvorsky and Ramez Naam | skefi'a

    3 thoughts on “ Slow unSingularity – so what? Reply to George Dvorsky and Ramez Naam ” Read article

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    brighterbrains.org Brighter Brains Institute offers SAT, ISEE & SSAT Tutoring - BrighterBrains.org

    Want to elevate your testing proficiency to gain admission into your favorite high school or university? Want to score high on the SSAT, ISEE, and SAT tests? The Brighter Brains Institute approach is to give you 5-6 practice exams, while simultaneously improving your weak areas. Novels will be re... Read article

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    secularactivism.org Introduction to Transhumanism – with George Dvorsky | secular Leaders online

    A founding member of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies , he is its Chair of the Board and the founder and program director for its Rights of Non-Human Persons program. In addition, George is the co-founder and president of the Toronto Transhumanist Association and has served on t... Read article

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    conferences.asucollegeoflaw.com Sponsors | Emerging Technologies Conference

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    toronto.transhumanism.com Toronto Transhumanist Association

    Summary: An examination of the role that existential and catastrophic risks will have in influencing the rise of political extremism and the potential for extremism to: * emerge and play a pivotal role in future geopolitics and human organization * erode democratic institutions and ideals * facil... Read article

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    geneticliteracyproject.org Frankenstein’s Cat: How animal biotechnology informs us about our humanity | Genetic Literacy Project

    Citing just one of her many examples, scientists at Cambridge University and Scotland’s Roslin Institute—the facility that created Dolly, the cloned sheep, in 1996—have developed chickens that can’t spread avian flu to others in their flock, opening up the possibility of developing flu resistant ... Read article

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    emoryhealthsciblog.com Mike Kuhar Archives - Lab Land | Lab Land

    “The cells want to form circuits and wire themselves up,” he said. As for future opportunities, he cited the technique of deep brain stimulation as well as clinical trials in progress, including one testing technology developed by the company Neuropace that monitors the brain’s electrical activit... Read article

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    firstthings.com The Materialists’ Rapture | Wesley J. Smith | First Things

    Indeed, one day we will be god-like: “In the distant future,” Princeton biologist Lee Silver sighed in his book Remaking Eden , we will become immortal “mental beings” as “different from humans as humans are from the primitive worms with tiny brains that first crawled along the earth’s surface.” ... Read article

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