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April 20th, 2006

Singularity Summit at Stanford

"Some regard the Singularity as a positive event and work to hasten its arrival, while others view it as unlikely, or even dangerous and undesirable," said Todd Davies, associate director of the Symbolic Systems Program. "The conference will bring together a range of thinkers about AI, nanotechnology, cognitive science and related areas for a public discussion of these important questions about our future."


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