Transcendent Man: The Cinematic Singularitarian
From THE FUTURIST archives
This week saw a number of screenings and appearances for Barry Ptolemy’s Transcendent Man, a feature-length film that chronicles WFS member Ray Kurzweil’s ideas on the future of technological innovation. Chief among his forecasts: In the next 30 years, humans will use genomics, nanotechnology, and even artificial intelligence to escape death. In this article from the September-October 2009 issue of THE FUTURIST, Ptolemy and Kurzweil talk with Patrick Tucker after the Tribeca Film Festival premiere.
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