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Archives February 2011 - Page 2 of 2 - h+ Magazine

Mutate or Die: a W.S. Burroughs Biotechnological Bestiary

Mutate or Die: a W.S. Burroughs Biotechnological Bestiary

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});  "When you cut into the present, the future leaks out.”
  from the Brion Gysin/W.S. Burroughs Third Mind
 “Mutate or Die” is a bioart project being conceived of and executed by Tony Allard and Adam Zaretsky. Bioart tends to use cutting edge biotechnology as an art making device and specializes in pre...

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Itamar Arel on the Path to Artificial General Intelligence

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Whether or not you not agree with me that Artificial General Intelligence is likely to be the core technology driving progress in the next century -- I guess you have to concur that IF we could achieve advanced AGI, the implications would be pretty damn profound. So it’s exciting that an increasing number of AI researcher...

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The Uncertain Future Forecasting Project Goes Open-Source

We are proud to announce the open-sourcing of The Uncertain Future, the first web-based application for making rigorous, scientific forecasts of transhumanist technologies. The Uncertain Future was started in early 2008 with funding from the Singularity Institute, to allow anyone interested in futurism to form their own, mathematically consistent model of what the future of technology and civi...

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H+ Magazine Undergoing Overhaul

H+ Magazine is undergoing a temporary overhaul, as we change servers and switch to a new content management system. This overhaul should make the website faster, better-designed, more responsive and easier to use. However, over the next few days, there will probably be bugs or other problems with the site as we change over to the new architecture. If you see any problems with the website, please e...

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