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Francaise > Rights > Personhood > Minduploading > Contributors > EMG
De l’invisibilité du changement by EMG

Le mind uploading, ou bio-exode, sera-t-il l’exode rural du XXIème siècle ?

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Steve Fuller
Tomorrow’s Problem of Good and Evil: The Challenges of Trans- and Post- Humanism by Steve Fuller

A conception of evil that carries over from the Abrahamic religions into secular modernity is that of the ‘disorganization of the soul’. The idea here is that evil isn’t something separate from good but something that arises from the malformation or malfunctioning of good parts. Thus, Satan in Milton’s Paradise Lost is God’s best angel gone rogue, the template for the villains faced by comic book superheroes. Many if not most mental illnesses, from neurosis to autism, are defined as some sort of ‘disorder’. In a similar but gra...

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John G. Messerly
Is The Singularity A Religious Doctrine? by John G. Messerly

A colleague forwarded John Horgan‘s recent Scientific American article, “The Singularity and the Neural Code.” Horgan argues that the intelligence augmentation and mind uploading that would lead to a technological singularity depend upon cracking the neural code. The problem is that we don’t understand our neural code, the software or algorithms that transform neurophysiology into the stuff of minds like perceptions, memories, and meanings. In other words, we know very little about how brains make minds.

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Posthuman Rights: Dimensions of Transhuman Worlds Teknokultura

Woody Evans has published an article on Posthuman rights in the Spanish journal, Teknokultura. Below is the abstract of the paper. You can click on the journal title to find the full article online.

Francaise > Rights > HealthLongevity > CognitiveLiberty > Vision > Contributors > Cyril Gazengel > Minduploading > Artificial Intelligence > Brain–computer-interface
Cyril Gazengel
Reconnaître l’IA by Cyril Gazengel

Le propre de l’homme ? L’intelligence, ce domaine suprême dans lequel l’humain se croit leader est peut-être en train de vivre ses dernières années anthropocentriques. Déjà, l’idée d’une exclusivité humaine de certains traits vus comme définissant l’intelligence s’est vue taillée en brèche au XXe siècle où nombre d’animaux se sont retrouvés avec des dons antérieurement associés aux seuls hominidés.

Francaise > Rights > HealthLongevity > CognitiveLiberty > FreeThought > Vision > Contributors > EMG > Minduploading > Psychology > Brain–computer-interface
La guerre invisible by EMG

Je tenterai, dans cet article, de poser quelques réflexions sur le sujet de l’Emulation de Cerveau Entier (ECE), qui me semble trop rapidement traité dans l’espace francophone, alors que c’est précisément un sujet qui évolue très vite et qui permet de toucher à beaucoup de domaines de connaissances de l’humain. Fasciné par les perspectives qu’il ouvre, je suis depuis plusieurs années les aventures des (trop) rares scientifiques qui le prennent au sérieux. Dans une deuxième partie, je comparerai le chantier de l’ECE ave...

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John G. Messerly
Summary of Marshall Brain’s, “The Day You Discard Our Bodies” by John G. Messerly

Marshall Brain (1961 – ) is an author, public speaker, and entrepreneur. He earned an MS in computer science from North Carolina State University where he taught for many years, and is the founder of the website HowStuffWorks, which was sold in 2007 to Discovery Communications for $250,000,000.

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Giulio Prisco
The Cosmos and the Brain - a Great Week for Science by Giulio Prisco

Yesterday I and thousands of viewers around the world watched live the LIGO press conference on the first gravitational waves detection from a black hole fusion event. Two days before, the Small Mammal Brain Preservation Prize was awarded to the first demonstration that a brain can be preserved for future mind uploading. What a great week for science!

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Andrés Gómez Emilsson
The Super-Shulgin Academy: A Singularity I Can Believe In by Andrés Gómez Emilsson

Imagine that the year is 2050. A lot of AI applications are now a normal part of life. Cars drive themselves, homes clean themselves (and they do so more cheaply than maids possibly could) and even doctors have been now partially replaced with neural networks. But the so-called Kurzweilian Singularity never took off. You can now talk for 10 rounds of sentences with a chatbot without being able to tell if it is a real person or not. The bots anticipate your questions by analyzing your facial expressions and matching them to a vast library of ...

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John G. Messerly
John Searle’s Critique of Ray Kurzweil by John G. Messerly

John Searle (1932 – ) is currently the Slusser Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley. He received his PhD from Oxford University. He is a prolific author and one of the most important living philosophers.