According to UN’s environment chief Inger Andersen, nature is sending us a message with the coronavirus pandemic.
What a remarkable chance for a new age when religious fantasies will not be used to govern our best human behaviour.
The alternative is to consider the facts of science and the overload of reason that strongly indicates life is meaningless.
A world with fewer people will allow for a more robust planetary ecosystem, and a higher quality of life for humans.
The message is crystal clear: secularisation occurs before economic development and not after it. A respect for individual rights set countries apart.
One of the basic concerns of numerous thoughtful people has to be about the huge acceleration in population growth.
What could have resulted in a population so embittered, aloof, and indifferent to others that they “just want to watch the world burn?”
We might be the new generation of supercentenarians. Naturally, that comes with responsibilities and consequences.
Counter intuitively, the primary obstacles are not technical. Rather it is government inaction, in both funding and regulation.
When it comes to AI, it's incumbent upon us to understand its monumental impact, widespread benefits, and serious challenges.