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VIDEO – Terasem Colloquium in Second Life, December 10, 2015

The 2015 edition of the Terasem Annual Colloquium on the Law of Futuristic Persons, themed “Moral and Legal Imperatives for Sentient AI” took place place in Second Life – Terasem sim – yesterday, December 10, 2015, with stellar speakers and content. Here is the full video recording of the event.

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Terasem Colloquium in Second Life, December 10, 2015

The 2015 edition of the Terasem Annual Colloquium on the Law of Futuristic Persons, themed “Moral and Legal Imperatives for Sentient AI” will take place in Second Life – Terasem sim – on Thursday, December 10, 2015. This is a can’t miss event with stellar speakers and content. You are invited!

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Moral and Legal Imperatives for Sentient AI – Terasem Colloquium in Second Life, December 10

The 2015 edition of the Terasem Annual Colloquium on the Law of Futuristic Persons, themed “Moral and Legal Imperatives for Sentient AI” will take place in Second Life – Terasem sim – on December 10, with Zoltan Istvan among the speakers.

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Turing Church Online Workshop 2

The Turing Church Online Workshop 2 on Sunday December 11, 2011, explored transhumanist spirituality and “Religion 2.0″, the convergence of science and religion, highly imaginative future science and technologies for resurrection, emerging science and technologies for immortality.

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Turing Church Online Workshop 1

The Turing Church Online Workshop 1, on Saturday November 20 2010 in Teleplace, explored transhumanist spirituality and “Religion 2.0″ as a coordination-oriented summit of persons, groups and organizations active in this area.

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Incomplete mindfiles can be completed with information available in the cloud

According to Martine Rothblatt, our minds will be uploadable in good enough shape to satisfy most everyone by reconstructing them from information stored in software mindfiles. The reconstruction process will be iteratively achieved with AI software designed for this purpose, dubbed mindware. Mindfiles recorded with today’s not-so-advanced technology are necessarily incomplete, but an incomplete mindfile can be completed with information available in the cloud.

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Cosmic religions for space colonization

I recommend watching the one-hour film Knocking on Heaven’s Door, by George Carey, aired by the BBC in 2011, to all space enthusiasts interested in the history of the Russian space program and our future out there in the universe. The film zeroes in on the powerful role that religion can play in advancing radical scientific visions.

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So what is ‘Terasem’ exactly?

If there is one “transhumanist”-inclined movement out there I really admire and appreciate it is Terasem. I had the pleasure of interacting with its founder shortly before and after my attendance at Transvision 2010. For those who don’t know, the founder of Terasem is the very successful Martine Rothblatt, who was at one time the most highly paid CEO of the Washington DC area. So its safe to conclude that Terasem is in large part a derivative entity of Martine’s ambitions and ideological packaging. Continue reading So what is ‘Terasem’ exactly?

Let a thousand turtles fly, in the quest for joyful immortality

This article continues a series of posts dedicated to a discussion of Terasem. See also the articles by Dan Massey. Please read the “Truths of Terasem” (ToT) and join the discussion. Continue reading Let a thousand turtles fly, in the quest for joyful immortality