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UPCOMING EVENTS   (Past Events in Archive)
With IEET Speakers

Year

Date

Where

Event

2015 Jan 27-30 Orlando, FL USA Brin @ NASA NIAC Meeting
2015 Feb 12-16 San Jose, CA USA Brin @ AAAS Annual Meeting
2015 Feb 17-21 Hamburg, Germany Sorgner on “Meta-, post- and transhumanism and the arts”
2015 Feb 19 Smith College, Northampton, MA, USA Hughes on “Using Neurotechnologies to Enhance Virtues”
2015 Feb 22 Hessen, Germany Sorgner on “Nietzsche and Transhumanism”
2015 Feb 26-1 New York, NY USA Brain @ North American Basic Income Guarantee Congress
2015 Feb 27 Nijmegen, Netherlands Sorgner on “Nietzsche, the overhuman and transhumanism”
2015 Mar 23 Ostschweiz, Switzerland Sorgner on “Transhumanism”
2015 May 20 Hull, UK Sorgner, Schneider on “Transhumanism and Immortality”
2015 May 26-28 Scottsdale, AZ USA Wallach, Hughes @ Governance of Emerging Technologies
2015 Jul 26-30 Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA USA Hughes @ Juniata H+ Conference
2015 Sep 15-18 Seoul, S. Korea Hughes, Sorgner @ Beyond Humanism Conf: From Humanism to Post- and Transhumanism?
All Events

Year

When

Where

Event

2015 Jan 27-30 Orlando, FL USA Brin @ NASA NIAC Meeting
2015 Feb 12-16 San Jose, CA USA Brin @ AAAS Annual Meeting
2015 Feb 17-21 Hamburg, Germany Sorgner on “Meta-, post- and transhumanism and the arts”
2015 Feb 19 Smith College, Northampton, MA, USA Hughes on “Using Neurotechnologies to Enhance Virtues”
2015 Feb 22 Hessen, Germany Sorgner on “Nietzsche and Transhumanism”
2015 Feb 26-1 New York, NY USA Brain @ North American Basic Income Guarantee Congress
2015 Feb 27 Nijmegen, Netherlands Sorgner on “Nietzsche, the overhuman and transhumanism”
2015 Mar 11-14 Strasbourg, France Human in the Meshes of the Digital Web. Ethical Challenges of Info and Communication Technologies
2015 Mar 20-21 Flint, MI, USA The Work of Cognition and Neuroethics in Science Fiction
2015 Mar 20-21 Flint, Michigan, USA Cognition and Neuroethics in Science Fiction
2015 Mar 23 Ostschweiz, Switzerland Sorgner on “Transhumanism”
2015 May 20 Hull, UK Sorgner, Schneider on “Transhumanism and Immortality”
2015 May 26-28 Scottsdale, AZ USA Wallach, Hughes @ Governance of Emerging Technologies
2015 May 28-29 Scottsdale, AZ, USA Brain Matters! Cutting Edge Neurotechnologies: Clinical and Ethical Issues
2015 Jun 3-7 Vienna, Austria The Global Brain and the Future Information Society
2015 Jun 17-19 Paris, France Neuroethics Network
2015 Jun 27 Boston, MA USA Confronting the Anthropocene
2015 Jul 26-30 Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA USA Hughes @ Juniata H+ Conference
2015 Jul 27-31 La Pedrera, Barcelona, Spain Living Machines 2015
2015 Sep 15-18 Seoul, S. Korea Hughes, Sorgner @ Beyond Humanism Conf: From Humanism to Post- and Transhumanism?
2015 Nov 5-7 Trento, Italy Anticipation

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