John Smart will give a talk, Chemical brain preservation: How to live "forever" at World Future 2012 in Toronto.
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Jayar La Fontaine is a case manager for a community-based charitable organization in Toronto, where he employs augmentative technologies and communication strategies to help improve the quality of life for individuals living with acquired brain injuries. He received an MA in Philosophy from McMaster University for his work exploring the intersection between analytic philosophy of mind and cognitive science. He enjoys exploring the city, playing guitar, going to rock shows, and reading, thinking and talking about science, technology, and philosophy.
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Fri, October 19, 2012
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Tue, July 31, 2012
Thur, July 26, 2012
Discussion of BPF at the World Future Society conference.
The Strange Neuroscience of Immortality.
BPF is featured on Season 3, Ep 6, Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman, available via iTunes at this link.
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An Update from Competitors for the Brain Preservation Foundation's Technology Prize.
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The Brain Preservation Technology Prize on the cover of Cryonics Magazine.
The Brain Preservation Technology Prize is mentioned.
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