[H]umankind in the twenty-first century needs to ask itself an unprecedented question: what are we going to do with ourselves? In a healthy, prosperous and harmonious world, what will demand our attention and ingenuity? This question becomes doubly urgent given the immense new powers that biotechnology and information technology are providing us with. What will we do with all that power?  … Our current democratic structures just cannot collect and process the relevant data fast enough, and most voters don’t understand biology and cybernetics well enough to form any pertinent opinions. Hence traditional democratic politics loses control of events, and fails to provide us with meaningful visions for the future.
– Yuval Noah Harari, Homo Deus – A Brief History of Tomorrow

Upcoming Conferences

Autumn 2020

November 5, 11.30-12.00: Dag Hareide presenting his recent Mennesket og teknomaktene. Library, MF Norwegian School of Theology, Oslo.

Because of the Coronavirus situation, there are no conferences this autumn. 

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