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Day 2 Morning Liveblogging H+ Summit


Ben Scarlato


Ethical Technology

June 13, 2010

We’re here for day 2 of the H+ Summit: Rise of the Citizen Scientist. Ray Kurzweil will be keynoting at the end of the day, but first we’ll hear talks from a bunch of other great speakers, including the IEET’s George Dvorsky, Aubrey de Grey, James Hughes, Patrick Lin, and Natasha Vita-More.


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Posted by Patrick Lin  on  06/14  at  01:29 PM

I got to say: This blogging work is excellent.  It not only distills each talk (even the incomprehensible ones) to its essence, but it seems to do so accurately…perhaps better than the speakers themselves could do, who are typically too close to the material to give that succinct a summary.  Nice work, Ben.






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