Global Brain Singularity: Universal History and Future Evolution

In this presentation I attempt to present some of the core ideas from the first three sections of my PhD Thesis "Global Brain Singularity: Universal History, Future Evolution and Humanity's Dialectical Horizon". This presentation was hosted live at the Bertalanffy Center for Study of Systems Science (BCSSS) on September 25 2018 with Director Stefan Blachfellner. … Continue reading Global Brain Singularity: Universal History and Future Evolution

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First Summer School Program (The Montparnasse Initiative: School of Thinking)

The following is a summary of the first summer school program initiated by The Montparnasse Initiative: School of Thinking. This summer school program was held between July 12th and July 18th 2018 in Paris, France and hosted by the Center for Research and Interdisciplinary (CRI). The main aim of the summer school program was to … Continue reading First Summer School Program (The Montparnasse Initiative: School of Thinking)

The Montparnasse Initiative: School of Thinking

YouTube video here: The Montparnasse Initiative: School of Thinking I wanted to make a special announcement about an upcoming summer program focused on thinking that I will be co-organizing with a few colleagues. This announcement is a call for participation with The Montparnasse Initiative: School of Thinking which is focused on building out the foundations … Continue reading The Montparnasse Initiative: School of Thinking

Posters/Presentations

(American Society for Cybernetics - 2014) Global Brain and the Future of Human Society (Poster: World Future Society - 2014) End of Biological Reproduction (Poster: Rejuvenation Biotechnology - 2014) (Pathways to Indefinite Lifespans - 2014) (Global Brain Speaker Series - 2013) Chimpanzee Nest Construction in Southwest Cameroon (Poster: Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology - 2010)

Endorsements

“The Advanced Apes provides bite-sized lessons on topics connected to evolutionary anthropology that are both informative and entertaining. It is sure to stimulate discussion!” – Dr. Joyce Parga (Professor of Anthropology at University of Toronto) “The Advanced Apes website and blog provides strong, thoughtful and honest insight into the world of evolutionary biology, with a … Continue reading Endorsements