We are holding a members meeting Saturday morning at 8:30–9:15 AM in Las Vegas at RAADFest 2019, Conference room 7
Since 1998, the TransVision conference series has been advocating the ethical use of technology to expand human capabilities and transcend limitations.
The event will take place on Sat 6th and Sun 7th July, in Birkbeck College in central London.
To register to attend this event, click here and RSVP Yes.
The core purpose of this event is to review the relevance of transhumanism to key issues of the present and near-term future:
We co-sponsored the Super-Longevity event in Newport Beach, California.
Thursday, July 19 at The Assemblage NoMad, 114 East 25th Street, NYC
Max More, CEO Alcor Life Extension Foundation; Tim Urban, Blogger and Author “Wait But Why”; Seth Blaustein, Co-Founder “Voice & Exit” Festival;
Natasha Vita-More, Executive Director, Humanity+
Rock band Queen asked, “Who wants to live forever?” Now, decades later, the 2018 Bohemian Rhapsody movie is nearing. It is light years in technological, medical and scientific advances, yet the question remains: Who wants to live forever? The famed inventor Ray Kurzweil, described as the “rightful heir to Thomas Edison,” claims that we are nearing living forever.
Nevertheless, Elon Musk warns us that we are “summoning the demon,” by predicting “an immortal dictator from which we can never escape.” AI pioneer Alan Turing envisioned machines getting so smart they would “outstrip our feeble powers” and “take control” (Tad Friend, The New Yorker).
When: Fri 26 January
Where: Miami, USA
The Future Forum is a half-day event, featuring four renowned speakers guiding us into the future of health, communication, money, and work. Speakers are: Jose Cordeiro, Juan Enriquez, Sean MacDonald and Joanne Li.
Watch the video here for more information.
When: Tue 30 January
Where: London, UK
Virtual Futures presents a panel discussion on biohacking, implantable devices and human augmentation.
Biohackers modify or augment their body with the use of technology. Whilst biohacking has commonly been considered a fringe activity, it is now estimated that 10,000+ people worldwide have RFID chip implants. On the realisation that this kind of activity was possible, and relatively safe, companies have now adopted implants as an alternative to ID cards.
What does this mainstream adoption mean for the future of the biohacking movement? What limitations do they still hope to overcome? How are implantable devices being used in a medical context? What can we learn from these early-experimentations?
Join the pioneers who are continuing to push the boundaries, and explore what’s possible with these new intimate interfaces.
Humanity+ @San Francisco: The Humanity+ conference was San Francisco on December 1-2, 2012 at Seven Hills Conference Center at San Francisco State University. Videos of the conference can be found here! Humanity+ @Melbourne: A great success! Held at RMIT with speakers including Aubrey de Grey, Natasha Vita-More, Stelarc and Stuart Candy. found here!
Our Humanity+ conferences explore innovations of science and technology and their relationship to humanity. Recent conferences have been held at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, Parsons The New School for Design in New York City, California Technology Institute, and Harvard University. Join Humanity+ and keep up to date about upcoming conferences and related activities. For special inquiries email email@example.com