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Andrés Gómez Emilsson

Andrés Gómez Emilsson is the co-founder and former president of the Stanford Transhumanist Association. He has an undergraduate degree on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science from Stanford, and a Masters in Computational Psychology, also at Stanford. He has worked at AI companies such as Kanjoya and Klout, and his current research topic is emotional classification with computational techniques and pragmatics. He intends to establish the field of consciousness engineering in the near future. He has represented Mexico in international math and science Olympiads, and accidentally won the first place in the Norwegian Mathematics Olympiad.




Articles
"Google Hedonics"   Qualia Computing  (Mar 26, 2016)

"Ontological Qualia: The Future of Personal Identity"   Qualia Computing  (Feb 24, 2016)

"The Super-Shulgin Academy: A Singularity I Can Believe In"   Qualia Computing  (Feb 11, 2016)

"Ending Suffering Is The Most Important Cause"   Ethical Technology  (Sep 16, 2015)

"This Is What I Mean When I Say ‘Consciousness’"   Ethical Technology  (Sep 11, 2015)

"My Interest Shifted from Mathematics to Consciousness after a THC Experience"   Ethical Technology  (Sep 10, 2015)

"‘Spiritual/Philosophical’ is the Deepest, Highest, Most Powerful Dimension of Euphoria"   Ethical Technology  (Sep 9, 2015)

Recent Multimedia
The Binding Problem of Consciousness: Transhuman Debate 2.0   2016-04-05

News
Transhuman Debate in SF East Bay, co-sponsored by IEET (Jan 22, 2016)