[ExI] Happy 2020, and welcome to the magic twenties

Jose Cordeiro jose.cordeiro at gmail.com
Tue Dec 31 17:23:37 UTC 2019

Dear Giulio and friends,

     Excellent analysis, and I would also emphasize rejuvenation technologies. Also Ray Kurzweil says that we will reach Longevity Escape Velicity by 2029 (the Methuselahrity), and immortality by 2045 (including full rejuvenation and transformation capabilities:-)
     Let me wish you all a wonderful 2020... one year closer to the singularity... and immortality... Big Chronology of Life on Earth

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Big Chronology of Life on Earth

José Luis Cordeiro summarizes the most relevant information from the very distant past to our immediate future s...



     Futuristically yours,

     La vie est belle!
Jose Cordeiro, MBA, PhD (www.cordeiro.org) 

    On Tuesday, December 31, 2019, 05:41:29 PM GMT+1, Bill Hibbard via extropy-chat <extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:  
 Very interesting article. All the best for the new year.

I agree that we're not close to conscious AI and mind
uploading, but think that the 2020s will be magic
because of dramatic, even shocking progress with AI.
Ray Kurzweil predicted human level AI by 2029 based on
physical computational ability. If he's too optimistic
it is still true that intelligence is composed of many
different skills. An AI that doesn't equal us in all
skills may still shock us with some of its skills.
Hold on tight because it's coming.

On Tue, 31 Dec 2019, Giulio Prisco wrote:
> Happy 2020, and welcome to the magic twenties
> The 20-twenties could be a magic decade for space expansion, starting 
> with the Moon. And then, forward to the stars!
> https://turingchurch.net/happy-2020-and-welcome-to-the-magic-twenties-bed4ae6cf105

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