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E-Governance Study

(Provo) The AGI lab is conducting a study in e-governance technology titled, “Building Better Policy in e-Governance” which is an AI-Driven research program that is part of the Uplift mASI research program that has the goal of a better understanding… Continue Reading →

GITS 2045 episode 2 themes

This series is deeply engaged with economics.  While it is generally less direct most events in the early episodes deal with economic disparities to one extent or another.  Nowhere is this more direct and consistent than in the opening theme.  … Continue Reading →

Weaving A New Prehistory to Rewild The Future – Michael Garfield at Earth Frequency Festival 2017

“We are living through a health crisis, an economic crisis, a racial crisis, and a democratic crisis. Each would be historic on their own. All of them are connected. That they have struck together in this way just might be… Continue Reading →

Immortalists Magazine; Issue No. 6 “In Our Image We Create” Jun – Jul 2020

This issue starts with “Editor’s Letter to Justice” by Dinorah Delfin “Racism is a mental disorder” says Hip-Hop Artist and fellow Transhumanist and Radical Longevity Activist, Maitreya One. I agree. The belief that certain ethnic groups are inherently superior or… Continue Reading →

Ada Palmer on Viking Ethics, Laws of History, Partial Victories, and Terra Ignota

Ada Palmer is a Professor in History researching the history of science, religion, progress, culture, and many other fascinating topics. She is also a science fiction author of the award-winning Terra Ignota series beginning with Too Like the Lightning, which explores a twenty-fifth civilization… Continue Reading →

Aaron Benanav on Automation, Technological Unemployment and UBI

Prof. Aaron Benanav has devoted his life to studying unemployment. Given that automation, technological unemployment, and universal basic income have become hot political and economic issues across the world, it was about time to have a podcast episode exclusively on those topics…. Continue Reading →

144 – On Dinosaurs & Holy Wars: Creationist Amusement Parks & America’s Strange Relationship with Science, with Monica Long Ross & Clayton Brown

144 – On Dinosaurs & Holy Wars: Creationist Amusement Parks & America’s Strange Relationship with Science, with Monica Long Ross & Clayton Brown This week I talk with film-makers Monica Long Ross and Clayton Brown about their bizarre and wonderful… Continue Reading →

Immortalist Magazine (IM) Issue #5

From the Immortalist Club another great issues of Immortalist Magazine is out: “It is predicted that a pandemic of psychological and societal injuries is to come as we face financial and emotional crises across the globe.   For the first… Continue Reading →

Futurist Karl Schroeder on Foresight and Strangemaking COVID19

Karl Schroeder is not only a great science fiction writer but also a professional futurist who has mastered both the art and science. I invited Schroeder back on my podcast for a brief discussion of foresight in the context of the… Continue Reading →

The High Cost of IoT

It started in the 70s with embedded internet then morphed into the Internet of Things (Iot) in 1999, but the Internet of Things didn’t really gain traction until 2010 when Google started StreetView and the Chinese government announced that IoT… Continue Reading →

The AGI Protocols

When looking at various industries today there is a stark contrast between those with standardized metrics for quantifying quality, risk, and efficiency compared to industries where a lack of standards has generated pseudo-scientific metrics dominated by marketing departments rather than… Continue Reading →

Prof. Ada Palmer on Pandemics, Progress, History, Teleology and the Singularity

Ada Palmer is a Professor in History researching the history of science, religion, progress, culture and many other fascinating topics. She is also a science fiction author of the award-winning Terra Ignota series beginning with Too Like the Lightning, which explores a twenty-fifth civilization… Continue Reading →

The IAmTranshuman Blog

(Seattle) The IAmTranshuman blog is generated by the staff of Transhumanity.net but focused on general transhumanism.  Topics are focused on ‘news’, ‘projects’, ‘Resources’ and general transhumanism, setting aside controversial topics best left to other sites and blogs.   For example, the… Continue Reading →

The Immortalists Club

(New Your, NY) A recent new transhumanist project started by Dinorah Delfin is the new online magazine called Immortalists Magazine by The Immortalist Club is already on its third publication.  This particular project is a much needed monthly subscription magazine… Continue Reading →

Trends in Regenerative Medicine

This is just a taste of what is out there.  A quick snippet of a few of the myriad trends that are coalescing toward a regenerative medicine movement that will transform the world.  Hopefully they provide some useful insight into… Continue Reading →

The Transhuman House Version 3.0

As many of you know about the Transhuman House we had open for 3 years in Provo Utah. For the first year, I curated the location and for most of 1.5 years, Matthew Lehmitz curated the location and another supporter… Continue Reading →

Canadian SF Author Karl Schroeder: We’re living in a moment of creative possibility

People often ask me about my most favorite interview I have ever done. And my usual reply is that interviews are like children, even if we have our favorites it is not wise to express that outwardly because all kinds… Continue Reading →

Prof. Massimo Pigliucci: Accompany science and technology with a good dose of philosophy

I have previously interviewed a few fantastic scientists and philosophers but rare are those strange birds who manage to combine together both deep academic training and the living ethos of those separate disciplines. Prof. Massimo Pigliucci is one of those very rare… Continue Reading →

Transhuman Project: Transpire

(London) Transpire.me is a Transhuman blog and project site focused on helping get projects started and moving.  The project is run by Kate Levchuk and started in 2019.  The thinking is that with help these projects that others submit can… Continue Reading →

Making way for better competition through science.

The recent introduction of new technologies to various sporting fields has had a profound effect on these games. Records are being broken across the board as with the support of these tools the physical capacity of an athlete is given… Continue Reading →

143 – Sanjay Rawal on Endurance Running as an Integral Yoga

This week I talk to documentary film-maker Sanjay Rawal about his profound and inspiring movie, 3100: Run and Become — which explores the spiritual practice of long-distance running around the world, from the American Southwest, to the Kalahari Desert, to… Continue Reading →

H+ Media Review, Ghost in the Shell SAC 2045

Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2045   Episode 1, No Noise, No Life. review   Ghost in the shell has long been one of the most visible Transhuman series.  With several series, films, and manga it has become… Continue Reading →

The Transhuman House Collection Version 3.0

As many of you know about the Transhuman House we had open for 3 years in Provo Utah.  Back in November, it was closed due to not hitting financial targets.  That being said the story is not over.  While most… Continue Reading →

Andreas Antonopoulos: Just because you don’t need bitcoin, doesn’t mean it’s not needed.

I first met Andreas Antonopoulos at the 2014 Bitcoin Expo conference in Toronto, Canada. At that time Andreas was already established as the most publicly recognized expert in the field of crypto-currency, not in the least due to his impressive capacity to… Continue Reading →

Media Theorist Douglas Rushkoff on Team Human

Douglas Rushkoff has been named one of the world’s ten most influential intellectuals by MIT. He is an award-winning author, broadcaster, media theorist and documentarian who studies human autonomy in the digital age. Rushkoff is the host of the popular Team Human podcast… Continue Reading →

Chris Hables Gray on AI and the Singularity: We Need Strong Citizenship!

Prof. Chris Hables Gray is someone whose work on both war and the cyborg is a must read for anyone interested in those topics. I have followed Gray’s work for over 10 years and have read at least 3 of his books…. Continue Reading →

Over Coming Human Bias

Cognitive Bias is a systematic pattern of deviation from logic or rationality in judgment where individuals create their own “subjective reality” based on their perception.  With over 188 different documented cognitive biases there are a great many ways it can… Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day – The Women of Transhumanism

(the Internets) Today is International Women’s Day (March 8th) and we’d love to share with you some of the fantastic women of transhumanism.  While some people think that there are few such women, I’d argue that the women collectively far outperform men in terms of… Continue Reading →

Car’s in the Future

The future of cars shouldn’t be taken lightly. For the first time since onboard GPS and the electric engine, car manufacturers and tech companies are truly competing for the limelight. They’re going all out; adding features that will improve how… Continue Reading →

A New Kind of Governance, ‘Transhuman’ Governance… (A Proposal)

When thinking about the IAmTranshuman project I always end up thinking about policy and things that could be improved even in small ways to help society be more transhuman. For example one of the problems with democracy is that it… Continue Reading →

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