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Overcoming the Obstacles on the Path to Post-Scarcity
Radical Change Lies Ahead
Transpolitica book launch – video recording
What Will Politics Be Like in the Future?
Terminator or Transcendence?
Better political decision-making via better technology?
Robots, Unemployment, and Basic Income
What is a fair distribution of brains?


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The missing vision by David Wood

The United States of America have voted. In large numbers, electors have selected as their next President someone committed to:

Making it much harder for many types of people to enter the country Deporting many of the current residents Ramping up anti-Islam hostility Denouncing global warming as a hoax Undoing legislation to protect the environment Reducing US support for countries facing hostile aggression Dismantling the US deal with Iran over nuclear technology Imposing punitive trade tariffs on China, likely triggering a trade war Pa...
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Four political futures: which will you choose? by David Wood

Politics is being shaped by our responses to the prospect of accelerating, exponential technological change. Technosceptics deny accelerating change will occur. Technoconservatives accept that accelerating change poses radical questions, and want to stem the tide of change. Technolibertarians believe accelerating change will be for the best, and technology and capitalism just need to be left to work their wonders. Technoprogressives believe accelerating change poses serious risks as well as rewards, and that we can maximize the rewards and m...

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An introduction to tomorrow’s politics by David Wood

Chapter 1 of the Transpolitica book “Anticipating tomorrow’s politics.”

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Should some conversations be suppressed? by David Wood

Are there ideas which could prove so incendiary, and so provocative, that it would be better to shut them down? Should some concepts be permanently locked into a Pandora’s box, lest they fly off and cause too much chaos in the world?

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Transpolitica Manifesto by David Wood

Transpolitica holds that human society should embrace, wisely, thoughtfully, and compassionately, the radical transformational potential of technology. The speed and direction of technological adoption can be strongly influenced by social and psychological factors, by legislation, by subsidies, and by the provision or restriction of public funding. Political action can impact all these factors, either for better or for worse.

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Please Welcome David Wood and Jon Perry

The IEET is pleased to announce the appointment of David Wood as an IEET Fellow and Jon Perry as an IEET Affiliate Scholar. David is a prominent vlogger, H+ Board member, and organizer of the London Futurists. Jon blogs regularly about futurism and economics at Decline of Scarcity and the IEET, and co-produces the podcast Review the Future.