challenging religious privilege in public life



Let’s base AI debates on reality, not extreme fears about the future

Longtermism is the belief that AI poses existential risks to humanity's future by becoming an out-of-control superintelligence.

Lab-grown mini brains: we can’t dismiss the possibility that they could one day outsmart us

If brains are cultivated in the laboratory, without time limit, could they ever develop a form of consciousness that surpasses human capacity?

AI: the world is finally starting to regulate artificial intelligence

AI regulation is a comprehensive set of rules prescribing how this technology should be developed and used to address its potential harms.

The pros and cons of human genetic modification

Genetic editing will change the way we approach healthcare, reproduction, and even our understanding of the human genetic code.

David Sinclair on Age Reversal

If you can rejuvenate at the cellular level, then everything made out of cells, which is everything, will become young again.

AI-developed drug breakthrough. With Alex Zhavoronkov

A number of companies are now using AI to develop drugs faster, cheaper, and with fewer failures along the way.

The next frontier in reproductive tourism? Genetic modification

Mitochondrial replacement and gene-editing that create germline modifications are relatively new.

A Comprehensive Blueprint for the Settlement of Mars

Many proposals have been made since the dawn of the Space Age to transform Mars into a second home for humanity.

How to create super-intelligence through brain augmentation

Creating super intelligence through brain augmentation is currently a hot topic in both scientific literature and the media.

Let’s focus on AI’s tangible risks rather than speculating about its potential to pose an existential threat

Over the past few months, AI has entered the global conversation as a result of the widespread adoption of generative AI-based tools.