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Singularity 1on1

IEET Fellow David Wood is the chair of London Futurists and on the Humanity+ board of directors. This interview covers a variety of interesting topics such as: his background in mathematics, quantum mechanics and mobile computing; his take on futurism and transhumanism; the importance of philosophy in general and ethics in particular; free will, determinism, making choices and taking action; P+, Transpolitica and the importance of (changing) politics; the singularity and out chances of surviving it; capitalism, abundance and technological unemployment…

 

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