Anders Sandberg of Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute taking us on a tour of transhumanism and human enhancement
I take about a dozen different pills for longevity. There is some evidence behind each of them, but what we really don’t know is how they interact.
Logically, if progress is accelerating, and progress depends on unreasonable people who act as outliers, then we must have more and more unreasonable people over time.
Taina Bucher interviews artist and bot maker Katie Rose Pipkin about her most popular Twitter bots, how they work and what they mean. Indeed, what are bots, who else is engaged in artistic bot making, and how will social media bots evolve?
Professor Doctor Hugo De Garis, Doctor Ben Goertzel and Ivar Moesman discusses various aspects of exponential growth of technology, artificial intelligence, bitcoin and 3D printing
Our group studies the immune system, with the goal of figuring out new therapies for cancer.
What happened in 2015 as far as technology is concerned?
Despite the successes in gene discovery of the past 10 years, our knowledge of the combined contribution of all genetic variants is too limited for embryo editing.
In The State of Future 2015-16 report the Millennium Project has provided a framework to assess our prospects, both locally and globally on the 15 Global Challenges.
At the conclusion of the recent International Summit on Human Gene Editing in Washington, DC, its organizing committee released a much-anticipated statement recommending how human genetic engineering should be regulated.