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Please note that this page is undergoing review for a modification of format.
As a consequence a number of recent - and in some cases significant - recordings are not included here, such as the TEDx talk, the GF2045 (2012) talk and talks given in Melbourne (#1, #2). In some cases the "past events" list contains feature pages with links to the recordings.

BioTrove Podcast: Whole Brain Emulation, Host Liz Parish interviews Randal Koene, Carboncopies: https://soundcloud.com/h-magazine-1/whole-brain-emulation-randal-koene















Video lectures, tutorials, seminars and conferences

H+ Hong Kong: Substrate Independent Minds
by Randal A. Koene
More information available here.



ASIM-2010 First online workshop on advancing substrate independent minds:
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More information available here.

ASIM2010-1 First Online Workshop on Advancing Substrate Independent Minds


Randal Koene on Whole Brain Emulation: Issues of scope and resolution, and the need for new methods of in-vivo recording
Keynote at the AGI-10 Conference in Lugano, Switzerland

Randal Koene - Whole Brain Emulation from Raj Dye on Vimeo.


Randal Koene on Whole Brain Emulation:
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Randal Koene on Whole Brain Emulation


ASIM-2010 conference, Day 1 Part 1
San Francisco, 16th August 2010
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More information available here




ASIM-2010 conference
,
Day 1 Part 2
San Francisco, 16th August 2010
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More information available here



ASIM-2010 conference
,
Day 2 Part 1
San Francisco, 16th August 2010
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More information available here



ASIM-2010 conference,
Day 2 Part 2
San Francisco, 16th August 2010
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More information available here



ASIM-2010 conference,
Day 2 Part 3
San Francisco, 16th August 2010
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Part 3/4, Day 2, ASIM-2010 conference



ASIM-2010 conference,
Day 2 Part 4
San Francisco, 16th August 2010
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More information available here



Humanity+ @ Caltech,
Day 2 Part 1
Pasadena, 5 December 2010

Carboncopies/ASIM member talks at the beginning of the video by
  • Randal A. Koene: The 25 Watt bio-computer: Lessons for Artificial Human Intelligence and Substrate-Independent Minds
  • Suzanne Gildert: Pavlov’s AI: What do superintelligences REALLY want?


    (Alternative video cut is available: Randal A. Koene's talk, Suzanne Gildert's talk.)

Future of Humanity Institute Winter Intelligence Conference 2011
Oxford, January 2011

Randal A. Koene: Substrate-Independent Minds: Pattern Survival Agrees with Universal Darwinism



ASIM experts series:


Thinking about the hardware of thinking: Can disruptive technologies help us achieve uploading?
by Suzanne Gildert
Teleplace, November 28th 2010:
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More information available here



Brain-machine interfacing: current work and future directions
by Max Hodak
Teleplace, October 17th 2010:
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More information available here



Reconstructing Minds from Software Mindfiles,
by Martine Rothblatt
Teleplace, September 18th 2010:
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More information available here



Quantum Computing: Separating 'Hope' from 'Hype',
by Suzanne Gildert, September 4, 2010
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More information available here



Realistic Routes to Substrate Independent Minds
by Randal A. Koene, July 17th, 2010
(click image to go to video page)
More information available here



Keynote at AGI-11 @ Google: Technologies for Understanding how Brain Circuits Perform Computations
by Prof. Ed Boyden, August 5th, 2011
(NOTE: Ed Boyden's talk begins at 1:09 in the video.)
More information available here


Special Session on AGI and Neuroscience at AGI-11 @ Google
Speakers:
More information available here



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