This month the team at Foresight has been working harder than ever to put together an amazing program for this year’s Vision Weekend.
We now have some amazing venues, including a castle in France, a rocket company, the Internet Archive, a private villa and a ship, and 40+ speakers confirmed, including Peter Norvig (Google), Jaan Tallinn (Skype) Dina Radenkovic (SALT), Trent McConaghy (Ocean Protocol) and Anders Sandberg (Future of Humanity Institute). Don’t miss this event! Tickets available here.
Starting at the Internet Archive, a rocket company, and ship in San Francisco on Dec 4 & 5, culminating at Chateau du Feÿ, a laboratory for the future disguised as a stunning castle outside of Paris on Dec 11 & 12.
40+ speakers are confirmed across the events and in fields such as bio, nano, AI, crypto, neurotech, space, including Peter Norvig (Google), Jaan Tallinn (Skype) Dina Radenkovic (SALT), Trent McConaghy (Ocean Protocol), Anders Sandberg (Future of Humanity Institute), Primavera de Filippi (Coala), Martin Lundfall (Ethereum Foundation), Silke Elrifai (Gnosis) and many more.
Find all speakers and program on our Vision Weekend website.
Fireside chat on A Modern Approach to Computing with Peter Norvig, Google.
Fireside chat on The Agoric Approach to Computing with Dean Tribble and Mark Miller.
Listen to the most recent episodes of the podcast with recent guests including Christine Peterson on Meatspace and Cyberspace, Mark Miller on Civilization as relevant superintelligence and Toby Ord on Existential Risk and Existential Hope. New episodes are released weekly on all podcast services every Friday.
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