John Smart will give a talk, Chemical brain preservation: How to live "forever" at World Future 2012 in Toronto.
We are presently assembling an expert panel to serve as judges of competitor submissions for the Technology Prize. All Technology Prize judges are also members of the BPF Advisory Board, advising BPF on our institutional and societal mission.
Currrent judges are:
Ken Hayworth, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, ATLUM Project, Harvard University, Cognitive science researcher
Sebastian Seung, Ph.D., Author, Professor of Computational Neuroscience, Dept. of Brain and Cog. Sciences, MIT
If you know of other potential judges with strong neuroscience and electron microscopy diagnostic experience who might be willing to donate time to the cause of advancing humanity's whole brain preservation science and technology, we'd love to hear from you.
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BPF In The News
The Neuroscientist Who Wants To Upload Humanity To A Computer
Brain Preservation Foundation
Neuroscience – and the Future of Humanity – Interview with Ken Hayworth.
Fri, October 19, 2012
Brain Preservation Now!
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.
Robin Hanson on why he's supporting the Brain Preservation Foundation.
An Update from Competitors for the Brain Preservation Foundation's Technology Prize.
A Connectome Observatory for Nanoscale Brain Imaging. Ken Hayworth's teleXLR8 talk, Kurzweilai.net article.
The Brain Preservation Technology Prize on the cover of Cryonics Magazine.
The Brain Preservation Technology Prize is mentioned.
Mind's circuit diagram to be revealed by a mammoth map. Article discusses BPF Brain Preservation Technology Prize.