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Why Blockchains Will Facilitate the Emergence of Super-Aware/Intelligent Machines (SAIMs)

Posted: May 21, 2019 at 9:35 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Greg Kieser the Founder of Supersystemic.ly, a Brooklyn-based think-tank and angel investment firm dedicated to increasing humanity’s readiness for the emergence of super-intelligent entities joins Enterprise Radio. His new book, Dear Machine: A Letter to a Super-Aware/Intelligent Machine.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Greg Kieser discuss the following:

  1. Why did you think it was necessary to write Dear Machine?
  2. Tell us about your angel investment firm/ think-tank.
  3. What work did you do before you founded the firm?
  4. Do you have an optimistic or pessimistic view of how super-intelligence will impact humanity?
  5. Give us an overview of the research that supports the hypotheses you provide in Dear Machine?
  6. Tell us why improvements in human well-being and environmental stability are important to preparing for the emergence of super-intelligent machines?

Greg Kieser is founder of Supersystemic.ly, a Brooklyn-based think-tank and angel investment firm dedicated to increasing humanity’s readiness for the emergence of superintelligent entities through the study and spread of “supersystemic” perspectives and innovations.

Kieser previously oversaw a portfolio of technology initiatives at an NYC-based poverty-fighting foundation. His new book, Dear Machine: A Letter to a Super-Aware/Intelligent Machine (Supersystemic.ly, March 1, 2019) sets a course for symbiosis with superintelligent machines. Learn more at www.supersystemic.ly/dear-machine.

Websitewww.supersystemic.ly/dear-machine

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