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Marshall Brain

Marshall Brain is the author of The Day You Discard Your Body, Manna and the founder of HowStuffWorks.com. He is known for his book for teenagers entitled The Teenager’s Guide to the Real World. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a master’s degree in computer science from North Carolina State University. Before founding HowStuffWorks, Marshall taught in the computer science department at NCSU and ran a software training and consulting company.


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Robotic Nation

Score One for the Robo-Tutors

How robots eliminate labor unrest

The problem with robotic drones

Robots creating scientific hypotheses

Robots will soon know the location of every car


How “God” Works: A Logical Inquiry on Faith by Marshall Brain (2015)

Manna: Two Visions of Humanity’s Future by Marshall Brain (2012)

Que Pasaria Si…? by Marshall Brain, El Equipo Howstuffworks (2003)

Manna by Marshall Brain (2002)


Articles


"The Second Intelligent Species: How Humans Will Become as Irrelevant as Cockroaches"   MarshallBrain.com  May 31, 2015

"Teaching your kids how to write computer programs"   marshallbrain.com  Apr 2, 2015

"#3 Editor’s Choice Award: Why and How Should We Build a Basic Income for Every Citizen?"   marshallbrain.com  Jan 5, 2015

"Robotic Nation (3) Robotic Freedom"   marshallbrain.com  Dec 22, 2014

"Robotic Nation (2) Robots in 2015"   marshallbrain.com  Dec 22, 2014


Recent Multimedia


We’re approaching humanity’s make or break period   2015-08-15

Robotics and Employment   2012-03-21

The Singularity Film   2009-08-13

The Implications Of An Increasingly Automated Economy   2009-01-03

How Uploading Works   2008-12-07


News


Brain Makes Splash With Structural Unemployment Message at Singularity Summit 08 (Oct 26, 2008)

Marshall featured in NC newspaper (Jul 30, 2006)


Past Appearances


Brain @ North American Basic Income Guarantee Congress (New York, NY USA - Feb 26, 2015)

Hughes, Brain @ Robots, unemployment, and basic income (Hangout on Air - May 11, 2014)

Brain, Goertzel @ Singularity Summit 2008 (San Jose, CA, USA - Oct 25, 2008)

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