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Home > Press > Michael Anissimov on FastForward Radio, Live Tonight!

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Tonight Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon will be visiting live with Michael Anissimov. Michael Anissimov writes and speaks on futurist issues, especially the relationships between accelerating change, nanotechnology, existential risk, transhumanism, and the Singularity. His popular blog Accelerating Future discusses these issues regularly. Michael is a member of the Board of Directors of the World Transhumanist Association and is the North American fundraising director for the Lifeboat Foundation.

Michael Anissimov on FastForward Radio, Live Tonight!

USA | Posted on March 16th, 2008

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