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Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
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Humanity+ (presentation contest 2010)
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Presentation of Humanity+ for the "Presentation Contest 2010".

Based upon a self-made Keynote template (will be released to Humanity+ as a gift).

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  • 1. It’s humanity with a plus
  • 2. Threats to Mankind
  • 3. Environmental damages
  • 4. Pandemic infections
  • 5. Nuclear holocaust
  • 6. Oppressive global regime
  • 7. Evolution into oblivion
  • 8. Nanotech disaster
  • 9. Artificial Intelligence takeover
  • 10. Extraterrestrial events (meteors, gamma, ...)
  • 11. Any unforeseen event
  • 12. « There’s an increasing risk that a disaster could destroy Earth as we know it. by Stephen Hawking, Ph.D.
  • 13. How to avoid it?
  • 14. is a way
  • 15. is the way of
  • 16. rationality
  • 17. &
  • 18. scientific materialism
  • 19. « Humanity+ advocates the ethical use of technology to expand human capacities. In other words, we want people to be better than well. by Humanity+
  • 20. Why Humanity+?
  • 21. The future is
  • 22. hard
  • 23. You can’t reliably
  • 24. predict the future.
  • 25. « Prediction is very difficult, especially of the future. by Niels Bohr
  • 26. The good way is
  • 27. to build it.
  • 28. The best way is
  • 29. to be prepared for it.
  • 30. There are a lot of derivative values
  • 31. choice
  • 32. peace
  • 33. international cooperation
  • 34. improving understanding
  • 35. getting smarter
  • 36. whole-society self-criticism
  • 37. diversity
  • 38. well-being
  • 39. sustainability
  • 40. saving lives
  • 41. is an ongoing effort
  • 42. to provide the
  • 43. cultural & technological
  • 44. background to our society
  • 45. in order to prepare it
  • 46. for the singularity jump
  • 47. and avoid
  • 48. future shock.
  • 49. There are many ways
  • 50. to pursue happiness
  • 51. we can say that Humanity+
  • 52. pursues happiness
  • 53. through rational thinking.
  • 54. Davide ‘Folletto’ Casali intenseminimalism.com for humanityplus.org

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