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Friday 19th Aug 4:00-5:00pm Wood Jones Theatre, Level 3 East Wing of medical Building Enter off grattan st about 50m back east from Royal Pde In past the lifts Up stairs 1 level Head towards grattan (windows) Turn left 25m on your left is the theatre http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&ll=-37.79962,144.962711&spn=0.005595,0.010042&t=h&z=17&om=1&msid=103354683032675415800.000441ae4b703cc841946 The star shaped building on the left […]
Screening details: Transcendent Man will screen at Melbourne’s historic Cinema Nova in Carlton on August 19th, 2011, at 7:00 pm. The screening will feature a special videoed address to Australia by Ray Kurzweil and Barry Ptolemy and post-screening Q&A with film contributors Ben Goertzel & Hugo de Garis. This is an event not to be missed! Tickets […]
Hugo de Garis, presenter at H+ Summit 25-26th June 2011, took an interview and it made front page of MX newspaper today under the heading ‘Deadly rise of robots’.
After a summer of speaking to potential presenters and collaborating with National Science Week, it has been decided that the Singualrity Summit in 2011 will be held during Natinoal Science Week. The exact dates of which we are almost certain are 20th and 21st of August 2011. It will be held in Melbourne. The […]
Voted many times over as one of the world’s most liveable cities, Melbourne (the capital of the State of Victoria) is celebrated for its friendly locals, efficient services, fine wine and dining, and world-class facilities. Melbourne – A City of Special Experiences No matter when you visit, there is always something special to see or […]
Spoke to Helen Gardiner (Natinoal Science Week Victorian chair) and Simon Pryor (CEO of the Mathematical Association of Victoria). I have a mindmap here, which sums up a lot of the possible presenters – created using freemind. In terms of imports for the NatSciWeek I thought of this: Spoken to Ben Goertzel (founder OpenCog [open […]