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What, Me Worry? - I Don’t Share Most Concerns About Artificial Intelligence

If We No Longer Force People to Work to Meet Their Basic Needs, Won’t They Stop Working?

Neural Data Privacy Rights - An Issue We *Should* Be Worried About

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India: little real progress for most people during the 20-year economic boom


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Marshall Brain

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From October 2003 to December 2007 Cyborg Democracy was a collaborative blog for what many people are now calling "technoprogressives," and what we then called on the Cyborg Democracy blog "democratic transhumanists, nanosocialists, revolutionary singularitarians, non-anthropocentric personhood theorists, radical futurists, leftist extropians, bioutopians and biopunks, socialist-feminist cyborgs, transgenders, body modifiers, basic income advocates, world federalists, agents of the Culture and the Cassini Division, Viridians and technoGaians - transmitting a sexy, high-tech vision of a radically democratic future." Since many of the CybDem principals have moved on to other projects, such as the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET), we have archived the blog and are making it available through this page.




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