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1 How To Build A Global Organism Andy Ross

2 How To Build A Global Organism 00 Opportunities 01 Global Mammon 10 Consequences 11 Global Union

3 Via technology and globalization

4 we are creating an organization

5 so integrated that it becomes a

6 single living organism – Globorg

7 How To Build A Global Organism 00 Opportunities 01 Global Mammon 10 Consequences 11 Global Union

8 Opportunities 0000 Avatars 0001 Augmented Reality 0010 Bod Pods 0011 Virtual Bodies

9 We shall each have an avatar

10 that we inhabit online and James Cameron

11 will help us use web apps. Bill Gates

12 Avatars in the semantic web Tim Berners-Lee

13 will be our virtual selves. Dan Dennett

14 Opportunities 0000 Avatars 0001 Augmented Reality 0010 Bod Pods 0011 Virtual Bodies

15 Our frontends will get smarter Steve Jobs

16 and we’ll wear iVision headsets. Ray Kurzweil

17 Privacy will be lost and gone.

18 Opportunities 0000 Avatars 0001 Augmented Reality 0010 Bod Pods 0011 Virtual Bodies

19 We’ll travel in rail-gun car pods

20 and sign on to mobility deals Shai Agassi

21 using electricity from nukes.

22 Opportunities 0000 Avatars 0001 Augmented Reality 0010 Bod Pods 0011 Virtual Bodies

23 We’ll learn and work via games Ludwig Wittgenstein

24 that add spice to our lives.

25 How To Build A Global Organism 00 Opportunities 01 Global Mammon 10 Consequences 11 Global Union

26 Global Mammon 0100 Starship Enterprise 0101 Hard Bodies 0110 Greening Policy 0111 Globodollars

27 We’ll pilot enterprise software

28 that might understand us. John Searle

29 The pioneers for online life Gottlob Frege

30 lived a hundred years ago Bertrand Russell

31 and developed modern logic Alfred North Whitehead

32 and mathematical codes Kurt Gödel

33 for programming machines. Alan Turing

34 Global Mammon 0100 Starship Enterprise 0101 Hard Bodies 0110 Greening Policy 0111 Globodollars

35 Robots will take over most jobs.

36 We’ll say they’re zombies Dave Chalmers

37 that lack a sense of self. Douglas Hofstadter

38 They’ll explore space for us. Stephen Hawking

39 Global Mammon 0100 Starship Enterprise 0101 Hard Bodies 0110 Greening Policy 0111 Globodollars

40 History ended last century. Francis Fukuyama

41 Now civilization is global. Samuel P. Huntington

42 GO summits will make policy.

43 War is no longer just politics. Carl von Clausewitz

44 GO will rule nation states. G.W.F. Hegel

45 Global Mammon 0100 Starship Enterprise 0101 Hard Bodies 0110 Greening Policy 0111 Globodollars

46 Money will quantize value Karl Marx

47 to revolutionize communism V.I. Lenin

48 in a red-ink revolution Mao Zedong

49 with bankers up front.

50 How To Build A Global Organism 00 Opportunities 01 Global Mammon 10 Consequences 11 Global Union

51 Consequences 1000 Robots Everywhere 1001 Uncanny Droids 1010 New Life 1011 Virtual Minds

52 Robots will be our selfless helpers

53 and do our heavy or dirty work.

54 Consequences 1000 Robots Everywhere 1001 Uncanny Droids 1010 New Life 1011 Virtual Minds

55 We’ll think we’re still in control David Hume

56 but we’ll live inside mindworlds. Immanuel Kant

57 Physics is changing biology. Isaac Newton

58 Droids will evolve beyond us Charles Darwin

59 and we’ll survive as biodroids. Richard Dawkins

60 Consequences 1000 Robots Everywhere 1001 Uncanny Droids 1010 New Life 1011 Virtual Minds

61 We shall reengineer ourselves

62 from the genes and proteins up. Craig Venter

63 Cloud engines will remodel us.

64 Superman will get new genes. Friedrich Nietzsche

65 Consequences 1000 Robots Everywhere 1001 Uncanny Droids 1010 New Life 1011 Virtual Minds

66 Our minds go beyond our heads Alva Noe

67 and stretch into the universe. Andy Clark

68 We’ll do our thinking online René Descartes

69 in social minds that bind us David Chalmers

70 into one great soul Mahatma Gandhi

71 with global reach and power. Winston Churchill

72 Our mind will reflect the universe. Albert Einstein

73 How To Build A Global Organism 00 Opportunities 01 Global Mammon 10 Consequences 11 Global Union

74 Global Union 1100 Autobiology 1101 Trust Busters 1110 Cloud Immortality 1111 Dominion

75 Our soul is now electronic. Richard Feynman

76 Technology changes everything. Martin Heidegger

77 Our brains are nodes in the web.

78 Global Union 1100 Autobiology 1101 Trust Busters 1110 Cloud Immortality 1111 Dominion

79 Some people will resist Globorg

80 but resistance will be futile.

81 Globorg will have the nukes.

82 Global Union 1100 Autobiology 1101 Trust Busters 1110 Cloud Immortality 1111 Dominion

83 We are temporal creatures Gödel and Einstein

84 who cannot clone our minds Anton Zeilinger

85 but we’re immortal in the cloud.

86 Global Union 1100 Autobiology 1101 Trust Busters 1110 Cloud Immortality 1111 Dominion

87 Democracy needs an update.

88 Philosopher kings will realize Plato

89 the dominion of a universal self.

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