Ray Kurzweil

Intelligent NFTs And Zero Marginal Cost Societies

Intelligent NFTs And Zero Marginal Cost Societies
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Regular individuals will soon be able to create and own a character that resembles an actual human and authentically converses like the natural person... Instead, they are seemingly intelligent digital beings that autonomously hold their own discussions.

Peter Wicher
NFT
A World Towards Singularity

A World Towards Singularity
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The singularity will represent the culmination of the fusion of our biological thinking and our technology, creating a world that is still human but transcends our biological roots.

Roberto Mario De Stefano
Singularity
A Linear Brain in a Non-linear World: How to Reverse your Thinking with Neuroscience to Challenge, Experiment, and Explore

A Linear Brain in a Non-linear World: How to Reverse your Thinking with Neuroscience to Challenge, Experiment, and Explore
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I will try to answer this question by exploring major differences between linear and non-linear thinking and why humans are tuned to think linearly from a cognitive and probably neurophysiological perspective.

Beatrice Barbazzeni
Exponential Organizations
The Road Ahead: Navigating in an Exponential Future

The Road Ahead: Navigating in an Exponential Future
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We are currently living at a crossroads between an immense opportunity to build solutions and the risk of falling victim to some of humanity’s greatest challenges. Technology offers one perspective, ancient wisdom another, and the science of optimal wellbeing and human potential yet another.

Frank Fitzpatrick
Future
Are Technomorphic Worldviews Taking Over?
Immersive Experiences, Our Next Reality? For Whom?

Are Technomorphic Worldviews Taking Over? Immersive Experiences, Our Next Reality? For Whom?
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A technological focus is fantastic, but the problems that we are facing are more systemic. Zooming out to a higher level to see the systemic connections is very much needed. It’s not about that technology can solve healthcare problems, but how it can be adopted at an affordable level.

Paul Epping, Alina Solotarov
Ethics