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Very interesting people

Well, I didn't get any lunch because -- as is so often true at conferences like this -- there are just too many interesting people here. And several of these interesting people wanted to chat with me (mostly to say very kind things) about my talk about nano-politics. I won't even try to reconstruct the discussions and arguments we had, but I will mention two other people who have made appearances at this conference.

One is Lev Navrozov (homepage here), who writes about nanotechnology for several Web sites. The other is James Hughes, the executive director of the World Transhumanist Association and a writer for Betterhumans.com. Interesting individuals, both.

October 24, 2004 in People / Interview | Permalink


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