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Technoprogressive? BioConservative? Huh?
Quick overview of biopolitical points of view
Nicole Sallak Anderson
Keywords for Environmental Studies
eds. Joni Adamson, William A. Gleason, David N. Pellow
spud100 on ' Immortality: When We Digitally Copy Our Minds, What Happens to Humanity?' (Apr 27, 2016)
almostvoid on ' Angels and Demons of A.I.' (Apr 27, 2016)
almostvoid on ' Immortality: When We Digitally Copy Our Minds, What Happens to Humanity?' (Apr 27, 2016)
instamatic on ' Why Woman-as-Abortion-Victim is Even Worse than Endorsing Punishment' (Apr 25, 2016)
dobermanmac on ' Is The Singularity A Religious Doctrine?' (Apr 25, 2016)
almostvoid on ' Is The Singularity A Religious Doctrine?' (Apr 25, 2016)
Peter Wicks on ' Fermi Paradox, Doomsday Argument, Simulation Hypothesis -- is our view of reality seriously flawed?' (Apr 25, 2016)
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Longer, Better Lives Program
Twenty extra years of healthy life are just as valuable in someone's second century of life as in their first. With the
Longer, Better Lives program we seek to make the case for longer healthier lives, addressing objections to life extension, from the alleged problem of overpopulation to the threat of ennui. We are coordinating and seeking consultation with senior citizens groups and organizations of the disabled to help them challenge ageist and ableist attitudes that discourage the full utilization of health technology.
IEET Longer, Better Lives News
Promoting research into and access to technologies for healthy longevity
Longevity Dividend List
Key Longevity Links
Longevity Dividend Campaign
, the Longevity Dividend Statement in Longevity Dividend article The Scientist (March 2006)
An international network of people working on radical life extension. Immortality Institute
An annual prize for the team that has made a mouse live the longest, directed by IEET Fellow Aubrey de Grey. Methusaleh Mouse Project
A site sponsored by the American Federation for Aging Research, providing comprehensive information about aging from a mainstream scientific point of view. InfoAging.org
Alliance for Aging Research
UN Programme on Ageing
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Recent Longer, Healthy Life News
"MIT Journal, Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments Call for Papers" Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments
(Apr 29, 2016)
by Mark Walker
(Apr 29, 2016) "Capitalism Mandates a Basic Income Guarantee"
(Apr 29, 2016) "Overcoming the Obstacles on the Path to Post-Scarcity"
by Melanie Swan
(Apr 28, 2016) "A New Theory of Time: X-tention is Simultaneously Discrete and Continuous"
Algocracy and the Transhumanist Project
(Apr 28, 2016) "Episode #1- Tal Zarsky on the Ethics of Big Data and Predictive Analytics"
"IEET Affiliate Scholar Hank Pellissier’s Athiest Ugandan Orphanage and School" Inverse
(Apr 27, 2016)
by John Danaher
(Apr 27, 2016) "The Ethics of Intimate Surveillance (1)"
(Apr 27, 2016) "Douglas Rushkoff on Redesigning the Economy"
(Apr 27, 2016) "Rushkoff on “Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus” @ Digital Economic Forum"
by John Danaher
(Apr 26, 2016) "What’s happening inside the black box? Three forms of algorithmic opacity"
The Open Mind
(Apr 26, 2016) "Angels and Demons of A.I."
by Valerie Tarico
(Apr 25, 2016) "Better Birth Control for Men – How Would It Work? What’s in the Pipeline?"
Exploring Life Extension (Immortality Institute 2005)
This film explores various aspects of extreme life extension and includes interviews with IEET Executive Director James Hughes and IEET Fellow Aubrey de Grey.