Andreas Matt joins our blog team with the post Computer that could outlive the universe a step closer.
Robert James Powles joins our blog team with the post Hacking The Nervous System: Are Electroceuticals The Future?
Colin Gallagher joins our blog team with the post A Greater Giving Potential: Introducing Micro-Donations in Bytecoin.
The Sea, Earth, and Space Summit (SESS) will be held October 30–November 1, 2015 in Houston, Texas.
The Transformative Technology Conference will be held October 2–3, 2015 at Sofia University, Palo Alto, California. Save $150 by entering the discount code lifeboatfoundation when registering. We are a partner of this important event.
The Transformative Technology Conference will be held October 2–3, 2015 at Sofia University, Palo Alto, California. Enter the discount code TT to save money when registering.
From Runnymede to Philadelphia to Cyberspace:
The Enduring Legacy of Magna Carta will be held
September 17, 2015 at Brooklyn Law School.
This event will feature an afternoon session to explore development of a digital Magna Carta for cyberspace. During the following two days (September 18th–19th) in conjunction with Brooklyn Law and Cardozo Law School, Consensus Systems invites legal experts, technologists, and thought leaders to implement the charter using smart contracts and decentralized applications on Ethereum's blockchain.
Aleksandar Vukovic joins our blog team with the post A Dying Young Woman’s Hope in Cryonics and a Future.
Valentina Lencautan joins our blog team with the post The 5 common traits of negligibly senescent species.
Jay-R Gatdula joins our blog team with the post Digital Currencies: A Reckoning of Aggressive Economic Advancement.
Enroll in the free online Princeton University course Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies.
DUXU16 (Design of User eXperience and Usability 2016) will be held July 17–22, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. Our Peter B. Lloyd will be chairing the HCI & Science Fiction session which will also encompass blue-sky research that is so far from realization that the science fiction modality of exploring hypothetical scenarios is appropriate.
Jonah Lissner joins our blog team with the post The theory of parallel universes is not just maths — it is science that can be tested.