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Posted by Zack Lynch
Here is a video link to a 30 minute presentation I gave earlier this year at a conference on the Geoethical Implications of Neuronanotechnology hosted by the Terasem Movement at Martine Rothblatt's Vermont retreat. The title of my talk is Perception Shifting in a Neurosociety: Ethical and Societal Implications. The slides for the talk can be downloaded on the conference program webpage (scroll down to Topic D, Neuro-Nanotechnology Geoethics). There you will find links to video and powerpoint. Or just click here for video. The content of this talk is similar to presentations that I have given to corporations and governments around the world including the Arab Strategy Forum in Dubai and GE executives at their annual 10 year strategic forecasting meeting. Enjoy.
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1. silva santisteban acevedo on August 10, 2007 5:27 PM writes...
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2. silva santisteban acevedo on August 10, 2007 5:34 PM writes...
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