Ultimately, if we become more machine-like, and machines more like us, will we sacrifice our humanity to gain something greater? Or will we engineer our own demise? Directed by Doug Wolens, The Singularity is a comprehensive and insightful documentary that asks the question: what kind of humans do we want to become? The 'singularity' is defined as the point in time when computer intelligence exceeds human intelligence. This notion of superhuman machines has long served as fodder for tales of science fiction. Yet most scientific leaders argue that these changes are inevitable, based on the accelerating rate of technological progress.
Subtle Technologies Festival, in collaboration with sLab, presents
Lecture by Randal A. Koene entitled Neural Interfaces, Neuroprostheses and Whole Brain Emulation
Screening of The Singularity, feature documentary by Doug Wolens
Panel Discussion with filmmaker Doug Wolens, Randal A. Koene and Trevor Haldenby. Moderated by Greg Van Alstyne
This year Subtle Technologies festival explores the art and science of Immortality. Through presentations, panels, a workshop, exhibition and screening, Subtle Tech investigates ways in which artists explore archiving memories; scientific techniques for bringing extinct animals back to life; our search for extending youth; ancient landscape as sonic memory; vampires in pop culture and much more
Pre-competitive purposes / innovation / research / collaboration refers to early stage, multi-sector, “market development” efforts that aim to open up space and capacity for cooperation & competition by developing knowledge, expectations, standards.
SSBMG celebrated its third anniversary by reflecting on achievements to date, including 330 members in LinkedIn, launching of Flourishing Business Canvas (FBC), Future Fit Business Benchmark, and the Social Impact Analysts Association (SIAA) conference.