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How will Dweb, DeSci, NFTs, zkps & lex cryptographia reinvent our economy?
This is what our Vision Weekend “Cryptocommerce & Web 3”-panel will be exploring together.
We are joined by:
Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive
Zooko Wilcox, Electric Coin C.
Zaki Manian, Cosmos
Kate Sills, Agoric
Jazear Brooks, SifChain
Christine Webber, Spritely
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What's possible with neurotech in meat space and in cyber space?
This is what our Vision Weekend “Neurotech & BCI”-panel will be exploring together.
Todd Huffman, Brain FRO
Robin Hanson, George Mason U
Randal Koene, CarbonCopies
Mary Lou Jepsen, Open Water
There are still some daytime tickets available for Vision Weekend US. Get them before they're gone!
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What's in store for life in the very long-run?
This is what our Vision Weekend “Far Future & Space”-panel will be exploring together. We are joined by:
Creon Levit, Planet Labs
Adam Brown, Stanford
Chris Kemp, Astra
Christine Peterson, Foresight Institute
Gaia Dempsey, Metaculus
Full schedule here:
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LEE CRONIN, UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW | Vision Weekend 2021 Speaker as Part of the Molecular Machines Track
Lee Cronin was born in the UK and was fascinated with science and technology from an early age getting his first computer and chemistry set when he was 8 years old. This is when he first started thinking about programming chemistry and looking for inorganic aliens. He went to the University of York where he completed both a degree and PhD in Chemistry and then on to do post docs in Edinburgh and Germany before becoming a lecturer at the Universities of Birmingham, and then Glasgow where he has been since 2002 working up the ranks to become the Regius Professor of Chemistry in 2013 aged 39. He has one of the largest multidisciplinary chemistry-based research teams in the world, having raised over $35 M in grants and current income of $15 M. He has given over 300 international talks and has authored over 350 peer reviewed papers with recent work published in Nature, Science, and PNAS. He and his team are trying to make artificial life forms, find alien life, explore the digitization of chemistry, understand how information can be encoded into chemicals and construct chemical computers.
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