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Virtual afterlives will transform humanity

Michael Graziano, a professor of neuroscience at Princeton University, writes about mind uploading in an article on Aeon Magazine. Is uploading possible? “Yes, almost certainly,” thinks Graziano. I find it awesome that more and more mainstream neuroscientists think that uploading is feasible in principle.

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3D Futures: The disembodied, the departed and the dispossessed, by Rob Walters

3D Futures: The disembodied, the departed and the dispossessed, by Rob Walters, is a fresh, entertaining and thought-provoking science fiction novel with interleaved stories, including a thriller in a future society of uploads.

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Transhumanist Spirituality — A New Religion for the Modern Age?

Martin Higgins, author of Human+, interviewed me for his The Eternities podcast and published a review on Disinfo | Transhumanist Spirituality — A New Religion for the Modern Age? Continue reading Transhumanist Spirituality — A New Religion for the Modern Age?

Suzanne Gildert on Thinking about the hardware of thinking: Can disruptive technologies help us achieve uploading?

Suzanne Gildert gave a talk in Teleplace on “Thinking about the hardware of thinking: Can disruptive technologies help us achieve uploading?” on November 28, 2010, at 10am PST (1pm EST, 6pm UK, 7pm continental EU).

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Comments on ‘Goertzel Contra Dvorsky on Mind Uploading’

George Dvorsky has written an article on “You’ll Probably Never Upload Your Mind Into A Computer” on io9. Ben Goertzel has replied with an article on “Goertzel Contra Dvorsky on Mind Uploading” on H+ Magazine. I agree with Ben, and posted the comments below on both articles. Continue reading Comments on ‘Goertzel Contra Dvorsky on Mind Uploading’