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A walk into the paranormal with a splash of conspiracy. It's what would happen if X-Files and David Icke had a baby. Take the Red Pill and let me show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Pull down the curtains, and put on your tinfoil hat. Remember, all I am offering you is the truth. Nothing more. #paranormal #paranormalpodcast #paranormal+podcast #spirituality
 
Gigging: Everything & The Sharing Economy. In the "Gigging: Everything & The Sharing Economy" podcast, mark anthony peterson (Ceyero Consulting's founder and thought leader) breaks down global Sharing and Gig Economy trends, forecasts, news, and Gig companies' strategy. Thinking of starting a Gig or Sharing business? Thinking of investing in a Gig or Sharing startup? Are you a Gig worker? Do you expect to have a driverless car during your lifetime? If you answered “yes” to one or all of thes ...
 
The Guerrillapreneur Podcast is a show about and for Entrepreneurs and Business Mavericks who use the Sharing, Gig and Circular Loop economies to defeat corporate Goliaths. If you are not a Maverick, you don't have to go home, but you gotta get up out of this podcast. #startup #startupstrategy #bootstrapping #levelingup #guerrillapreneur
 
Welcome to the Foresight Institute’s podcast! Since 1986, Foresight has been advancing technologies for the long-term benefit of life and the biosphere. We focus on three areas: molecular machine nanotechnology for building better things, biotechnology for health extension, and computer science and crypto commerce for intelligent cooperation. This podcast is where we share a portion of our public work fitted for listening. We mix longer discussions with shorter bits, new episodes with all-ti ...
 
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What's at Stake in the Game of Civilization? Opportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. We explore how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enab…
 
How can we get to whole-brain circuit maps? Chris Own develops tools that catalyze new technologies and that promote improvement of the human experience. He is an expert in analytical instrument design and development, with specialties in advanced imaging systems and science instruments, ranging from atomic-resolution structural imaging to portable…
 
How can we better invest in longevity? In this episode of the podcast Karl Pfleger speaks on longevity investing. Karl is an investor in Aging/Longevity biotech. He is the Founder and Chief analyst for AgingBiotech.Info. Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/li…
 
How can we better invest in Biotech? In this episode of the podcast we are joined by Christian Angermayer. Christian is an entrepreneur and investor and the founder of Apeiron Investment Group. He is Cofounder and Chairman of the board at Rejuveron. Rejuveron supports pioneers in the field of aging to transform their scientific discoveries into med…
 
Which biotech opportunities should we seize? Which risks must we avoid? This is a recording from Foresight's Vision Weekend 2021. Speakers include: Emil Kendziorra, Tomorrow Bio JJ Ben-Joseph, InQTel Stephen Malina, Dyno Dina Radenkovic, SALT Amit Deshwar, Deep Genomics Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attri…
 
In Episode 42, I discuss how you reject an unqualified internal candidate for promotion and still keep him/her motivated. Managers and senior executives will post a job opening and several internal candidates will apply to seek a promotion. Inevitably, some of the internal candidates are not qualified. How to you reject these candidates and still k…
 
Can we maintain peace despite greatly increased compute & artificial intelligences? This is a live conversation from Foresight's Vision Weekend 2021. Speakers include: Mark Miller, Agoric Peter Norvig, Google Joscha Bach, Humboldt Rosie Campbell, OpenAI Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creati…
 
What could our human future look like in the very long term? Speakers include: Adam Brown, Stanford Chris Kemp, Astra Christine Peterson, Foresight Institute Gaia Dempsey, Metaculus Robin Hanson, George Mason University Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/lic…
 
How will Dweb, DeSci, NFTs, zkps & lex cryptographia impact your life? Zaki Manian, Cosmos Kate Sills, Agoric Jazear Brooks, SifChain Christine Webber, Spritely, Josh Tan, MetaGov Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech…
 
In the Existential Hope-podcast, we invite scientists and technologists to speak about long-termism. Each month, we drop a podcast episode where we interview a visionary scientist to discuss the science and technology that can accelerate humanity towards desirable outcomes. This episode is a special episode where we interview Anthony Aguirre & Anna…
 
In episode 59, I ask the question, “Is Your Food Cutting You Off From Consciousness?” The Ancients knew that they had to maintain the purity of mind, body, and soul in order to connect to the universal consciousness. Some religions avoid beef while others avoid pork and shellfish. Today, the foods we eat are doing more damage to our brains than the…
 
Can radically new funding options bring nano advances to us faster? Speakers include: Tom Kalil, Schmidt Futures Adam Marblestone, Schmidt Futures Ben Reinhardt, PARPA Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/r…
 
How will NFTs, zkps, DeSci, & lex cryptographia reinvent our economy? This episode is a live recording from Vision Weekend 2021 with speakers Primavera de Filippi and Silke Elrifai discussing all things Cryptocommerce & Web 3. Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.…
 
Foresight is exploring a DAO to fund progress in its core focus areas, e.g. by funding Foresight fellows and tech trees: Led by domain experts, and ultimately open for crowd-sourcing, we're building trees for challenges in longevity, atomically precise manufacturing, brain computer interfaces, private ML, and asteroid mining. Long-term, these trees…
 
Can we maintain peace despite greatly increased compute & artificial intelligences? This is a conversation from Vision Weekend France 2021. Speakers include: Ben Garfinkel Jan Goetz Tom Van Cutsem Matjaz Leonardis Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/…
 
How can we improve science and speed up new discoveries and progress? This is a conversation from Vision Weekend France 2021. Speakers include: Philipp Koellinger, DeSci Vincent Weisser, VitaDAO Niklas Rindtorff, VitaDAO Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/li…
 
“In a 100 years from now, where are we going to be with human health? The science is looking super encouraging. I would be surprised if we can't make substantial, major improvements on human health and longevity significantly within a 100 years from now.” In the first episode of the Existential Hope Podcast we interviewed Christine Peterson, co-fou…
 
How can we reach longevity escape velocity in your lifetime? This is a conversation from Vision Weekend US 2021. Speakers include: Karl Pfleger, AgingBiotech.info Greg Fahy, Intervene Immune Martin Borch Jensen, Gordian Laurence Ion, VitaDAO Jose Luis Ricon, Rejuvenome Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attrib…
 
How can we improve science? This is a conversation from Vision Weekend US 2021. Speakers include: Alexey Guzey, New Science, William Zeng, Unitary Fund, Allison Duettmann, Foresight Institute, Evan Miyazono, Protocol Labs, Lawrence Wu, Atoms Aaron King, Foresight Institute Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons At…
 
How does our human future look in the very long-term? What dramatic changes will we see in ‘meat space’ & cyber space via neurotech? Samo Burja: In 2017, Samo founded Bismarck Analysis, a consulting firm that investigates the political and institutional landscape of society. He is a Research Fellow at the Long Now Foundation where he studies how in…
 
“I coined the word ’eucatastrophe’: the sudden happy turn in a story which pierces you with a joy that brings tears...this is indeed how things really do work in the Great World for which our nature is made.” —JRR Tolkien Avoiding existential catastrophe is a critical necessity, but so is avoiding stasis and locking in the existentially wasteful st…
 
In episode 58, I talk about the importance of music in connecting our consciousness and the desire of UFOs to track and find the music makers. You will have to listen to this episode to understand exactly what I am talking about. Think I have lost my mind yet? Then, come with me and take a walk into the Event Horizon. Follow us on Facebook at https…
 
“I’m an active self-experimenter. I have a body, I might as well use it since it’s getting older.” This episode is a Q&A on all things related to how we can fight and prevent aging with aging expert Reason. Reason works as CEO at Repair Biotechnologies, which is focused on reversing atherosclerosis. He’s also an active self-experimenter regarding a…
 
“There is no physical law that can limit our life like longevity. And this is what motivates us to reach radical life extension.” Dr. Emil Kendziorra and Aschwin De Wolf talk about the process in cryonics and cryopreservation of organs, especially brains. They also address doubts related to the damage that can be caused in the tissues of cryopreser…
 
In episode 57, I make my predictions for 2022. I made seven (7) predictions in 2021, and I got 4 out of 7 correct. Listed below are the seven (7) predictions for this year: 1. The fourth version of the coronavirus (The Fourth Horseman) will emerge this year. This version will spread faster, and symptoms will be worse than Omicron. 2. Facebook will …
 
“It looks like we could have an enormously bright future ahead of us, so we really need to worry about not going extinct now.” In this episode Anders Sandberg discusses game theory of cooperating with extraterrestrial intelligence and future civilizations. Anders is a research fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute, where he focuses on manageme…
 
This episode is a Q&A on longevity investing with Sergey Young from Longevity Vision Fund and Neil Littman from Bioverge. Sergey is a longevity investor and visionary with a mission to extend the healthy lifespans of 1 billion people. He is the founder of the $100M Longevity Vision Fund—one of the few funds specializing exclusively in longevity and…
 
What possibilities can there be for advanced civilizations within the realm of physics? What is the black hole solution? And what do astronomers spend a lot of time worrying about? In this Holiday Special episode of the podcast Creon Levit, Director of R&D at planet Labs, interviews physicist Adam Brown. Adam is a theoretical physicist at Stanford …
 
In episode 56, I give two (2) theories on why I believe Extraterrials (ETs) have NOT killed all humans. The inspiration for this episode was the Amazon original movie, The Tomorrow War. In this movie, humans from the future jump back in time to recruit current-day humans to jump forward in time to fight a future war against a ravenous group of huma…
 
“In the mid 90s, we had a vision of smart contracting well before the invention of blockchain.” This episode is a fireside chat Q&A with Mark S. Miller and Dean Tribble of Agoric. Agoric is an open-source development company launching an interoperable Proof-of-Stake chain and economy. Their JavaScript-native smart contract platform offers developer…
 
“It’s not just about slowing aging down or stopping it, it’s about bringing yourself back to a younger biological age, which is effectively age reversal.” Daniel Ives, founder of Shift Bioscience, introduces their transcriptomic driver clock which enables them to identify putative drug targets for safer cellular rejuvenation, which might avoid the …
 
In episode 55, I ask the question, “Does Jesus Exist In Every Version Of The Multiverse?” If you are a fan of #RickandMorty or the #spiderverse, you will love this episode. The animated movie, Spiderman and into the Spider-Verse inspired this episode. In the movie, Kingpin creates a portal that pulls multiple versions of Spiderman into the same ver…
 
Our civilization is made up of countless individuals and pieces of material technology, which come together to form institutions and interdependent systems of logistics, development and production. These institutions and systems then store the knowledge required for their own renewal and growth. We pin the hopes of our common human project on this …
 
“We want to create a system where incentives for prediction are transparent and clear to make good predictions. Furthermore, we want these predictions to be integrated into a consensus that we could all use and rely on if we weren't specialists in the topic.” - Robin Hanson This episode of the podcast is a special one, it features several guests sp…
 
“The mission of our lab is to make a new life form. We want to digitize chemistry, we want to build chemical computers.” Lee Cronin, a professor at the University of Glasgow, explains the Chemputer – a universally programmable device for synthesizing any molecule. Development is ongoing and proof of concept has been achieved for several molecules. …
 
“Why is property law so different from contract law? Normally, when two parties buy or sell something, it doesn't have a huge negative effect on everyone else.“ How can we create a blockchain based system for property rights? This is what Kate Sills, a software engineer with an interest in economics and law, talks about in this episode of the podca…
 
“I look at these assistants that we have today which are very primitive like Siri, Alexa and Google. But it's really interesting, because they represent a phase change in operating systems.” In this episode Peter Norvig speaks about how we can have a more modern approach to AI. Peter Norvig is a Director of Research at Google Inc. Previously he was…
 
In episode 54, I present my theory about who I believe the Black-Eyed Children are where they reside. This episode is a wild ride. If you like conspiracies, the paranormal, and UFOs, you will love this episode. The Mandela Effect movie spurred a thought – that if God runs this simulation, he/she must know your intentions in real-time to render real…
 
"Can we make journalism that is safe to write and safe to read? Can we have publishing that is along the lines of the original visions of the internet?" How can we improve the reliability and privacy of our internet today? In this episode Brewster Kahle, founder of The Internet Archive, advocates for a more decentralized internet by having a peer-t…
 
“The goal is to work on coordinated research programs that are a little bit too research for startups and too engineering coordination heavy for academia.” Adam Marblestone is a Schmidt Futures Innovation Fellow and a Senior Fellow with the Federation of American Scientists. He was previously a research scientist at Google DeepMind, was the Chief S…
 
“There's heaps of futures open to humanity. Some of these futures would be constrained to earth, some might involve other planets, star systems or galaxies.” Toby Ord is a Senior Research Fellow in Philosophy at Oxford University. His work focuses on the big picture questions facing humanity. What are the most important issues of our time? How can …
 
Mark S. Miller discusses civilization as relevant superintelligence, the importance and neglectedness of cybersecurity, and decentralized approaches to AI safety. Even if we don't know yet how to align Artificial General Intelligences with our goals, we do have experience in aligning organizations with our goals. Some argue corporations are in fact…
 
“The reality is some people would like to be uploaded and live in cyberspace.” Meatspace and cyberspace often conflict. But how can we make the best out of both of them? This episode features Christine Peterson, she is Co-founder and former President of Foresight Institute. She lectures and writes about nanotechnology, AI, and longevity. She advise…
 
What are AI DAO’s? Why are they interesting? How can brain computer interfaces help humans? And what challenges will we face when we move into space? All of these questions and more are being answered in this episode that was recorded live at the first ever Foresight gathering in Europe, Berlin. The panel consists of: Jessy Kate Schingler, Open Lun…
 
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