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Technoprogressive? BioConservative? Huh?
Overview of technopolitics


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Beyond Resistance: The Story of 2016

The Science of Bias, Empathy, and Dehumanization

Algocracy as Hypernudging: A New Way to Understand the Threat of Algocracy

Techno-Anxiety? We’ve Been Afraid of Disruptions Since the Printing Press

Short story: Rush Hour

To solve old problems, study new species


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TECHNOPROG, le transhumanisme au service du progrès social
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Marc Roux and Didier Coeurnelle





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Enframing the Flesh: Heidegger, Transhumanism, and the Body as “Standing Reserve”

Moral Enhancement and Political Realism

Intelligent Technologies and Lost Life



IEET > Fellows > David Brin

David Brin

David Brin, a scientist and best-selling author whose future-oriented novels include Earth, The Postman, and Hugo Award winners Startide Rising and The Uplift War, is a 2010 Fellow of the IEET. Brin is known as a leading commentator on modern technological, social, and political trends. His nonfiction book The Transparent Society won the Freedom of Speech Award from the American Library Association. Brin’s most recent novel, Kiln People, explores a fictional near future when people use cheap copies of themselves to be in two places at once. The Life Eaters—a graphic novel—explores a chilling alternative outcome of World War II. David’s newest novel - Existence - is now available, published by Tor Books.


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Existence by David Brin (2012)


Articles


"Perceptive and myopic views of our transparent future. Especially police cameras."   Contrary Brin  Jan 15, 2017

"Shining light on cyber-secrets"   Contrary Brin  Nov 20, 2016

"We are in it, all right. But “figuratively”? … or “literally”?"   Contrary Brin  Nov 12, 2016

"Science Fiction! Science Fiction!"   David Brin   Sep 11, 2016

"Futurespection: How do we get better?"   Contrary Brin  May 29, 2016


Recent Multimedia


What Carries Our Personal Identity?   2016-02-10

The Physics of Free Will   2015-11-09

Indignation, Addiction and Hope—Does it Help to be “Mad as Hell?”   2015-11-02

Otherness: Will We Meet Beings with Different Minds than Ours?   2015-10-31

“Existence” | Talks at Google   2014-04-23


News


David Brin co-edits a new “Smart Pop” book on Star Wars (Nov 06, 2015)

IEET Fellow David Brin Named 2015 NEH Visiting Fellow at Bard College (Sep 25, 2015)

Top Hitting Articles for November (Nov 29, 2012)

IEET’s Hughes, Cascio, Brin, Vita-More, and Goertzel at Humanity+ @San Francisco (Oct 11, 2012)

David Brin’s new graphic novel Tinkerers (Nov 11, 2010)


Past Appearances


Brin @ Deloitte All-Hands ( - Nov 20, 2015)

Brin on “The Future of Virtual Reality” (Seattle, WA USA - Oct 28, 2015)

Brin on “Human Augmentation” @ Innovation Outreach Program (Amsterdam, Netherlands - Oct 26, 2015)

Brin on “Beyond Curing Disease” (Indian Wells, CA USA - Oct 25, 2015)

Hughes, Brin, Anderson, Pellissier, Sirius, Gillis, Kuzsewski @ Future of Politics (Oakland, California - Oct 18, 2015)

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