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December 19th, 2007

Stronger, smarter, nicer humans

Abstract:
In the future, we may well be able to even more radically alter humans by nanotechnology and artificial intelligence, but certainly the door has been opened to biological intervention, biological testing, and my view is that we should rationally evaluate that and ask ourselves whether we stand as individuals as deciding to gain more than we lose, and my belief is in many cases we will stand to gain more than we will lose. Thank you.

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