Author, teacher and philosopher Bonnitta Roy talks about group processes, ego deconstruction in groups, and evolving our spiritual capacities from past.
Archive for category: Singularity
Podcast episodes about the technological singularity from the Future Thinkers Podcast by Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova
FTP084, 085: Kevin Kelly – What Technology Wants and Why We Need Humans in The Future
Kevin Kelly, the author of The Inevitable, talks about what technology wants, consciousness of AI, and why we should be optimistic about the future.
FTP068: Digital Nomadism and Radical Self-Responsibility
In this episode we talk about our experiences with digital nomad lifestyle and how nomadism has shifted our perspectives on the world in the past six years.
FTP057, 058, 059: Daniel Schmachtenberger – Solving The Generator Functions of Existential Risks
Daniel Schmachtenberger talks about the underlying generator functions of existential risks and how we can solve them.
FTP047: Jordan Greenhall – Why We Need Collective Intelligence During Global Collapse
Jordan Greenhall talks about the global collapse threatening humanity, the loss of sense making, sovereignty, and the need for a collective intelligence.
FTP046: Daniel Schmachtenberger – Winning Humanity’s Existential Game
Daniel Schmachtenberger interview on mitigating natural and human-caused existential risks and designing post-capitalist systems
FTP045: Amber Case – Calm Technology and Human-Machine Interactions
MIT and Harvard researcher Amber Case talks about how to make human-technology interactions more unintrusive, healthy, and productive
FTP030: Robin Hanson – The Age of Em: 1 Year After We Upload Ourselves to The Internet
Brain emulation, also known as mind uploading, is a concept that has fascinated science fiction writers and futurists for decades. This is the theoretical idea of scanning a brain - or a mental state - and copying it into the computer. Although no such technology currently exists, many prominent...
FTP024: David Brin – Building Future Societies with Transparency and Freedom
Brin’s classic non-fiction book, the Transparent Society, is concerned with the issues of privacy and transparency. Most people want privacy for themselves, yet demand transparency from others - namely, their leaders. Transparency and privacy often end up on the opposite sides of political debates, where we are forced to...
FTP010: Nikola Danaylov from Singularity 1 on 1 – Shaping Our Own Future
Nikola talked to us about his experience at The Singularity University, and about how formal education is not really a necessity in certain fields today. We also talk about success and failure as an integral component of it.