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DFS Annual Event – Your Brain in 2030: Merging Man and Machine

DFS Annual Event – Your Brain in 2030: Merging Man and Machine

Tickets are now available! Some people dream of the ultimate merge of man and machine. Scientists are showing us the possibilities. Philosophers discuss the implications of these technologies with us. And artists make our emotions towards this issue explicit.  The creation of super humans with new sensory abilities, enhanced brain […]

Nederlandse futurologen zien de toekomst van hersenen en technologie in 2030

Nederlandse futurologen zien de toekomst van hersenen en technologie in 2030

Op dinsdag 5 september 2017 houdt de Dutch Future Society haar jaarlijkse bijeenkomst met als thema ‘Your Brain in 2030’. Trendwatchers, futurologen, toekomstverkenners en strategen laten zich inspireren door wetenschappers, filosofen, kunstenaars en produktontwikkelaars. Deze creatieve dwarsdenkers gaan met elkaar in gesprek over de nieuwste technologische ontwikkelingen en perspectieven op […]

EXPO: Artists | Thinkers | Designers

EXPO: Artists | Thinkers | Designers

Next to our keynotes for Your Brain in 2030 on September 5th, we have also invited several artists, thinkers and designers that will help us experience their vision on the future of human enhancement: Erik van der Veen – Robotorium Geestzicht Yfke Laanstra – Bits, Bytes & Consciousness Jelger Kroese – An interactive […]

Your Brain in 2030: Merging Man and Machine

Your Brain in 2030: Merging Man and Machine

Tickets are now available! Some people dream of the ultimate merge of man and machine. Scientists are showing us the possibilities. Philosophers discuss the implications of these technologies with us. And artists make our emotions towards this issue explicit.  The creation of super humans with new sensory abilities, enhanced brain […]

Laurens Landeweerd confirmed as keynote for “Your Brain in 2030”!

Laurens Landeweerd confirmed as keynote for “Your Brain in 2030”!

Tickets are available here! After the gene-centrist worldview of the early 2000s, emerging research in the neurosciences now carries along a neurocentrist worldview: we are our brain. Our identities are nothing more than the software running on the hardware of our neurowired brains. Still, many neuroscientists agree that neuroscientific research […]