extropy


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the prediction that human intelligence and technology will enable life to expand in an orderly way throughout the entire universe

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At a Berkeley conference, one of them, Extropy Institute President Max More, stood before the crowd and read an open letter to Mother Nature:
The broad strategy, as discussed at a members-only conference held by the Extropy Institute in Berkeley, California last summer, includes the continued development of genetic manipulation technologies, mobilization of a credible and vocal minority of the public to actively embrace and call for a techno-eugenic future and persuading the majority of the public that attempts to restrict the use of human genetic technologies would be an infringement of individual rights.
Several years ago I attended a most unusual conference at the Santa Monica Miramar Sheraton Hotel in southern California sponsored by the Extropy Institute.
His previous roles include Chief Development Officer of VIA Pharmaceuticals and Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Extropy Pharmaceuticals.
The premier issue includes articles by Natasha Vita-More, President of the Extropy Institute; Martine Rothblatt, Ph.
Confirmed presenters include Philip Rosedale, founder of Linden Labs/Second Life; Marvin Minsky, famed AI guru; Martine Rothblatt, founder, Terasem Movement; Max More, Chair, Extropy Institute; Natasha Vita-More, President, Extropy Institute; James Hughes, Executive Director, Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies; Sky Marsen, Ph.
Confirmed presenters include: Martine Rothblatt, founder, Terasem Movement; Max More, Chair, Extropy Institute; Natasha Vita-More, President, Extropy Institute; Nick Bostrom, Director of the Oxford Future of Humanity Institute; James Hughes, Executive Director, Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies; Sky Marsen, Ph.
Most recently, Young served as Chief Financial Officer, Director, and co-founder of Extropy Pharmaceuticals, a private biopharmaceutical company focused on developing drugs for pediatric indications.