Singularity.FM is the 1st and best singularity podcast - the place where we interview the future.
Singularity.FM is a series of podcast interviews with the best scientists, writers, entrepreneurs, philosophers and artists - such as Ray Kurzweil, Noam Chomsky, Michio Kaku, Vernor Vinge and many others, debating the technological singularity.
The podcast is a conversation about the impact of technology, exponential growth, transhumanism, artificial intelligence and ethics on the future of humanity: because technology is not enough!
Gus Hosein on Privacy: We’ve been well-meaning but stupid
Dr. Gus Hosein is a 20+year-veteran of Privacy International. So to say that he knows a lot about privacy will be an understatement. But his knowledge is not merely academic. Gus and his scrappy team of privacy crusaders have fought the long and hard war while putting everything on the line, over and over again. […]
Francesca Ferrando on Philosophical Posthumanism
Though admittedly posthumanist, Francesca Ferrando‘s Philosophical Posthumanism is the best book on transhumanism that I have read so far. I believe that it is a must-read for transhumanists and non-transhumanists alike. In fact, one can argue that Ferrando’s book ranks right up there with the very best not only on the transhuman, but also on […]
Kim Stanley Robinson on Climate Change and the Ministry for the Future
Kim Stanley Robinson has an asteroid named after him. The reason for that is simple: Stan, as he’s often known among people who know him, is one of the best known contemporary authors of classic [hard] science fiction. He has written 20 books that have been translated into 25 languages and has won pretty much […]
Matthew Cole on Vegan Sociology, Ethics, Transhumanism and Technology
Dr. Matthew Cole is the only vegan sociologist that I know of. His unique point of view on veganism, especially its implications with respect to ethics, transhumanism, and the application of technology, has already left a mark on the way I perceive the small challenges of being vegan as an opportunity for personal discipline and […]
Thomas Homer-Dixon on Climate Change and Commanding Hope
Thomas Homer-Dixon is one of Canada’s most celebrated intellectuals. Luckily, he was also one of my Professors at the University of Toronto whose class on complexity has left an indelible mark on me. So when I heard that after a long break Homer-Dixon is publishing a new book on climate change I simply had to […]
Maria Farrell on Technology, Ethics, Stories and the Prodigal Techbro
Maria Farrell is the author of some of my most favorite op-ed pieces of 2020. She is very smart, gutsy, genuine, feisty, generous, and Irish. Her writing is sharper, it penetrates deeper and she’s not afraid to go further than most others. I have already learned a lot from her and have become a total […]
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Great informational show
Educational convos! Thanks for this type of content!
We need a sixth star!
“Socrates” helps me examine my many assumptions about the technological singularity. He has excellent guests and a great speaking style. Many think the singularity is yet to come, I believe it has already emerged and is yet to reveal itself. What many fear I embrace.
Just a Guy
Hey Nikola thank you for providing well balanced discussions on many subjects of interest to me. I most enjoy your Socratic undertone and willingness to change your mind based upin new information and perspectives.