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A Special Podcast Series on Zero-knowledge-enabled Cooperation, sponsored by Zcash-FoundationThis is a three part privacy podcast series, #ShieldedTransactions, that examines the increasing surveillance of contemporary society, and the effective tech solutions that can help change that. About Andrew Miller: I'm an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, in Electrical and Computer Engineering and affiliate in Computer Science. I'm also an Associate Director of the Initiative for Cryptocurrencies and Contracts (IC3) and a board member of the Zcash Foundation and Ethereum Enterprise Alliance. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Maryland Cybersecurity Center. I am Director of the Decentralized Systems Lab at UIUC!Also on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYlgX5s0DKc&list=PLH78wfbGI1x2Rj7tLp1RCG68wNvKqCT74&index=1Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existential... ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fore...If you enjoy what we do please support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foresightinst.... If you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/ Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, and computer science.Subscribe for videos concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Neurotech, Space, and Existential Hope.
What could our future be like if we could significantly slow down aging?In this episode of the Existential Hope podcast, Morgan Levine speaks on what she thinks the future of aging will look like, and what her hopes are. She answers questions such as what a day in her life as an aging researcher looks like, if she is optimistic for the future, and what science and technology she believes will be necessary for us to be able to get to a bright future. Levine is a ladder-rank Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology at the Yale School of Medicine and a member of both the Yale Combined Program in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, and the Yale Center for Research on Aging. Her research aims to track epigenetic, transcriptomic, and proteomic changes with aging and incorporatethis information to develop measures of risk stratification for major chronic diseases, such as cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Submit your contribution to the storytelling bounty from Morgan's prompt to “Truly scientifically proving that you’ve taken someone back 10 years in aging” here: https://gitcoin.co/issue/29245Existential HopeA group of aligned minds who cooperate to build beautiful futures from a high-stakes time in human civilization by catalyzing knowledge around potential paths to get there and how to plug in.Follow us!Twitter: https://twitter.com/HopeExistentialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/existential...In the Existential Hope-podcast (https://www.existentialhope.com), we invite scientists to speak about long-termism. Each month, we drop a podcast episode where we interview a visionary scientist to discuss the science and technology that can accelerate humanity towards desirable outcomes. 
In the Existential Hope-podcast series, we invite scientists to speak about long-termism. Each month, we drop a podcast episode where we interview a visionary scientist to discuss the science and technology that can accelerate humanity towards desirable outcomes. Chiara Marletto is a physicist at Oxford University, and author of the book “The Science of Can and Can’t”, where she writes about the concept of counterfactuals and constructor theory. This is a new and different approach to physics where the idea is that the physics most of us are familiar with is mirrored in a way that is very limited. There is a large class of things that science has neglected, and according to this theory, there are questions of what is and isn’t possible, which could provide scientific explanations to many questions in the long run. Those unwilling to bring this concept to science prevent us from making progress on certain fundamental problems. In this episode Chiara talks about (among other things):Constructor theoryHer vision of existential hope for the futureRisks for the long-term future The best piece of advice she ever received One of the questions we always ask in this podcast  is for the scientist to provide an example of a potential eucatastrophe. The phrase “eucatastrophe” was originally coined by JRR Tolkien as “the sudden happy turn in a story which pierces you with a joy that brings tears”. In a paper published by the Future of Humanity Institute, written by Owen Cotton-Barratt and Toby Ord, they use Tolkien’s term to suggest that ”an existential eucatastrophe is an event which causes there to be much more expected value after the event than before.” I.e. the opposite of a catastrophe.Telling stories can help us make what seems abstract become real and clear in our minds. Therefore we have now created a bounty based on this prompt. Use this event as a story-device to show us the picture of a day in a life where this happens. How would this make us feel? How would we react? What hope can people get from this? Check out this NFT artwork inspired by Chiara's vision of Existential Hope.  Bounty prompt based on Chiara's vision of a eucatastrophe: Describe a day in the life when humanity has transitioned into a society where everyone is able to think freely and creatively and not being worried about survival. Submit your bounty-response for your chance to be rewarded 0.15 ETH.Find all of this and more on existentialhope.comFollow us on Twitter and Instagram. Interview by Allison Duettmann and Beatrice Erkers.
In the Existential Hope-podcast, we invite scientists and technologists to speak about long-termism. Each month, we drop a podcast episode where we interview a visionary scientist to discuss the science and technology that can accelerate humanity towards desirable outcomes. This episode is a special episode where we interview Anthony Aguirre & Anna Yelizarova from the Future of Life Institute (FLI) about their Worldbuilding challenge. FLI is currently welcoming entries from teams across the globe, to compete for a prize purse of up to $100,000 by designing visions of a plausible, aspirational future that includes strong artificial intelligence. Last day to enter your submissions is April 15th, 2022. In this interview we talk about the concept of worldbuilding, what we need to build better worlds, and why it is important to encourage the imagining of more positive visions of the future.One of the questions we always ask in this podcast  is for the scientist to provide an example of a potential eucatastrophe. The phrase “eucatastrophe” was originally coined by JRR Tolkien as “the sudden happy turn in a story which pierces you with a joy that brings tears”. In a paper published by the Future of Humanity Institute, written by Owen Cotton-Barratt and Toby Ord, they use Tolkien’s term to suggest that ”an existential eucatastrophe is an event which causes there to be much more expected value after the event than before.” I.e. the opposite of a catastrophe.Telling stories can help us make what seems abstract become real and clear in our minds. Therefore we have now created a bounty based on this prompt. Use this event as a story-device to show us the picture of a day in a life where this happens. How would this make us feel? How would we react? What hope can people get from this? Check out this NFT artwork envisioning Anthony's X-hope vision.Bounty prompt based on Anthony's vision of a eucatastrophe:: Describe a day in the life when we have widespread availability of personal AI assistants without self interest that empowers and assists individuals in achieving their goals. Submit your bounty-response for your chance to be rewarded 0.15 ETH.Check out this NFT artwork envisioning Anna's X-hope vision.Bounty prompt based on Anna's vision of a eucatastrophe: Describe a day in the life when we have an event where humanity collectively agrees on more ethical practices around the proceeds of AI, so that all people can have their needs met by society. Submit your bounty-response for your chance to be rewarded 0.15 ETH.Find all of this and more on existentialhope.com
“In a 100 years from now, where are we going to be with human health? The science is looking super encouraging. I would be surprised if we can't make substantial, major improvements on human health and longevity significantly within a 100 years from now.” In the first episode of the Existential Hope Podcast we interviewed Christine Peterson, co-founder and former President of Foresight Institute. We talked about everything from cryopreserved pets, sci-fi reading recommendations and the future of longevity. More about Christine: She lectures and writes about nanotechnology, AI, and longevity. Christine leads Foresight’s technical workshops and Feynman Prizes in Nanotechnology. She is co-author of Unbounding the Future: the Nanotechnology Revolution (Morrow, also free online) and Leaping the Abyss: Putting Group Genius to Work (knOwhere Press, also free online). BOUNTIES: What is a better term for “eucatastrophe”?Submit your bounty-response for your chance to be rewarded 0.15 ETH!Describe a day in the life when a dog has been brought back to life after cryopreservation.Submit your bounty-response below for your chance to be rewarded 0.15 ETH!Visit the existentialhope.com website NOW for more X-Hope content!
Tom Kalil is Chief Innovation Officer at Schmidt Futures. In this role, Tom leads initiatives to harness technology for societal challenges, improve science policy, and identify and pursue 21st century moonshots.Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existentialhope/► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-instituteIf you enjoy what we do please support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foresightinstituteIf you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, space, neurotech and computer science.Subscribe for episodes concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Space, Neurotech and Existential Hope.
"What does the history of #cryptography look like? What's the connection between #Bitcoin and #privacy coin #Zcash?In this episode of Shielded Transactions, we talk to privacy coin advocate, #Zcash founder, and Electric Coin Company CEO Zooko Wilcox, who discusses his early days as part of the cypherpunk movement, and the real threats to democracy our society's lack of privacy poses. Foresight Intelligent Cooperation groupJoin the Intelligent Cooperation group: [link]Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existential... ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fore...If you enjoy what we do please support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foresightinst.... If you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/ Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, and computer science.Subscribe for videos concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Neurotech, Space, and Existential Hope.
Gaming the Future: Technologies for Intelligent Voluntary CooperationOpportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. We explore how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enables decentralized, secure cooperation across humans – and AIs. This unlocks Paretotropian futures of high technology in which valuing entities can pursue their highest function through iterative play.This episode is a discussion on chapter 10 of the book: ITERATE THE GAME | Racing Where?Different players value things differently. The game of civilization emerges as the composition of these valuations. The strategy of voluntary cooperation serves a great deal of them. If we get better at the game, what awaits in future rounds of play? Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existentialhope/► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-instituteIf you enjoy what we do please support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foresightinstituteIf you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, space, neurotech and computer science.Subscribe for episodes concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Space, Neurotech and Existential Hope.
Gaming the Future: Technologies for Intelligent Voluntary CooperationOpportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. We explore how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enables decentralized, secure cooperation across humans – and AIs. This unlocks Paretotropian futures of high technology in which valuing entities can pursue their highest function through iterative play.This episode is a discussion on chapter 9 of the book: WELCOME NEW PLAYERS | Artificial IntelligencesVoluntary cooperation is a main feature of the civilizational game. It got us to where we are today. We explored how to improve and defend this dynamic from within the game. Gradually, non-human intelligent players are entering the playing field. In a few more iterations, they will be major players. If we want to continue our Paretotropian ascent, we better make sure our cooperative framework is set up to handle a diversity of intelligences pursuing a diversity of goals. Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existentialhope/► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-instituteIf you enjoy what we do please support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foresightinstituteIf you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, space, neurotech and computer science.Subscribe for episodes concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Space, Neurotech and Existential Hope.
Gaming the Future: Technologies for Intelligent Voluntary CooperationOpportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. We explore how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enables decentralized, secure cooperation across humans – and AIs. This unlocks Paretotropian futures of high technology in which valuing entities can pursue their highest function through iterative play.This episode is a discussion on chapter 8 of the book: DEFEND AGAINST CYBER THREATS | Computer SecuritySecurity in the physical realm is an extraordinarily hard problem, but an inescapable one. Our civilization now also rests on software infrastructure. Security in the digital realm is now also an inescapable problem. But the current software infrastructure is not just insecure, it is insecurable. Digital security is also extraordinarily hard, but it is differently hard. Reasoning by analogy with physical security is fraught with peril. Let’s begin by explaining how these realms differ, and how to approach computer security. Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existentialhope/► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-instituteIf you enjoy what we do please support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foresightinstituteIf you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, space, neurotech and computer science.Subscribe for episodes concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Space, Neurotech and Existential Hope.
Gaming the Future: Technologies for Intelligent Voluntary CooperationOpportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. We explore how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enables decentralized, secure cooperation across humans – and AIs. This unlocks Paretotropian futures of high technology in which valuing entities can pursue their highest function through iterative play.This episode is a discussion on chapter 7 of the book: DEFEND AGAINST PHYSICAL THREATS | Multipolar Active ShieldsHistorically, violence has been declining while we have made progress on a variety of factors that humans may value. Cryptocommerce can help us cooperate better in advancing progress. Biotechnology is unlocking healthier lives for more people, while remote sensing and robotics enable production at lower cost, using less energy, and creating less waste. Soon, we may be able to produce entirely new materials with molecular precision. We need technological progress to continue enabling more and more valuing entities to achieve what they value. So far, so good. Now let’s look at the dark side. Technology is raising the stakes of our civilizational game, and could threaten its very existence. There are at least two traps to steer away from.Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existentialhope/► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-instituteIf you enjoy what we do please support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foresightinstituteIf you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, space, neurotech and computer science.Subscribe for episodes concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Space, Neurotech and Existential Hope.
Gaming the Future: Technologies for Intelligent Voluntary CooperationOpportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. We explore how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enables decentralized, secure cooperation across humans – and AIs. This unlocks Paretotropian futures of high technology in which valuing entities can pursue their highest function through iterative play.This episode is a discussion on chapter 6 of the book: GENETIC TAKEOVER | CryptocommerceWhat is legal absolutism? What is code absolutism? How does a genetic takeover go beyond both? Which alegal spaces left open by the legacy jurisdictions do you see crypto advancing into? What limits, if any, should and can exist to immutability? Do you consider the forking after The DAO bug to have been legitimate? why/why not? Which other crypto tools, apart from proof of location, do you know that incentivize decentralization? Which centralization dangers are approaching in future levels of cryptocommerce? Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existentialhope/► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-instituteIf you enjoy what we do please support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foresightinstituteIf you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, space, neurotech and computer science.Subscribe for episodes concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Space, Neurotech and Existential Hope.
Have you ever played Civilization?  In the game, you’re discovering technologies that unlock new levels, one capability at a time. But not all innovations are equal. Better technologies of cooperation could unlock new levels of progress across the board. Opportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. This book explores how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enables decentralized, secure cooperation across human and computing entities. This unlocks a Paretotropian future of high technology and high freedom.This is a recording from this living book and book club about technologies for intelligent voluntary cooperation by Allison Duettmann, Mark S. Miller, and Christine Peterson, Foresight Institute.  This episode goes through chapter 5 of the book: IMPROVE COOPERATION | Info, Money, New Rights to Do Things  Enter cryptocommerce; in cryptographic ledgers, blockchains, and smart contracts, we see the rise of new law-like systems. They are technologically embodied, cryptographically shielded, and let individuals engage in secure voluntary cooperation. They are the keys to unlocking the next levels of cooperation.With Glen Weyl, Kate Sills, Paul Gebheim.Find the full book here: https://foresightinstitute.substack.com/p/start-here Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existentialhope/► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-institute
Have you ever played Civilization?  In the game, you’re discovering technologies that unlock new levels, one capability at a time. But not all innovations are equal. Better technologies of cooperation could unlock new levels of progress across the board. Opportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. This book explores how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enables decentralized, secure cooperation across human and computing entities. This unlocks a Paretotropian future of high technology and high freedom.This is a recording from this living book and book club about technologies for intelligent voluntary cooperation by Allison Duettmann, Mark S. Miller, and Christine Peterson, Foresight Institute.  This episode goes through chapter 4 of the book: SKIM THE MANUAL | Intelligent Voluntary Cooperation. Now that we’ve set up the game and met the players, let’s skim the rules. We’ll explain the strategy of intelligent voluntary cooperation by breaking it down into its three components. For each, we show how the mechanism evolved, how it works, and which lessons we can apply in the game ahead.Find the full book here: https://foresightinstitute.substack.com/p/start-here Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existentialhope/► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-institute
Juan Benet, Crypto Tools for Pareto(r)opia | Gaming the Future Book Club Chapter 3 (Pt. 3/3)Link to the chapter: https://foresightinstitute.substack.c...Juan Benet is the inventor of the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), a new protocol to make the web faster, safer, and more open, and Filecoin, a cryptocurrency incentivized storage network. The IPFS Project has grown into a large open-source movement to re-decentralize the web, safeguard our data, and improve our applications. Juan is the founder of Protocol Labs, the internet tech R&D lab that develops IPFS and Filecoin. He studied Computer Science at Stanford University and is obsessed with knowledge, science, and technology.Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existential... ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fore...If you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/ Foresight Institute advances technologies for the long-term future of life, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, biotechnology, and computer science.Subscribe for episodes concerning our programs on Molecular Machines, Biotechnology & Health Extension, Intelligent Cooperation, Neurotech, Space, and Existential Hope.
What's at Stake in the Game of Civilization? Opportunities for bright futures enabled by bio, nano, and computing technologies are now within our reach. Their proliferation also comes with risks and authoritarian attempts at control. We explore how technologies of intelligent voluntary cooperation can help us navigate the traps. Cryptocommerce enables decentralized, secure cooperation across humans – and AIs. This unlocks Paretotropian futures of high technology in which valuing entities can pursue their highest function through iterative play.Mark S. Miller is chief scientist of Agoric, a pioneer of agoric (market-based secure distributed) computing and smart contracts, main designer of the E and Dr. SES distributed persistent object-capability programming languages, inventor of Miller Columns, an architect of the Xanadu hypertext publishing system, a representative to the EcmaScript committee, a former Google research scientist, and a senior fellow of the Foresight Institute.Christine Peterson is cofounder and senior fellow at Foresight Institute. She writes and lectures to general audiences on a wide variety of topics including nanotechnology, longevity, and computer security.  She coauthored the books Unbounding the Future: the Nanotechnology Revolution and Leaping the Abyss: Putting Group Genius to Work.Allison Duettmann is the president and CEO of Foresight Institute. She leads Foresight’s longevity, molecular machines, neurotechnology, computing, and space programs, and shares their results with the public. She founded Existentialhope.com, co-edited the book Superintelligence: Coordination & Strategy, and holds an MS in Philosophy & Public Policy from the London School of Economics, focusing on AI Safety.Join us:► Twitter: https://twitter.com/foresightinst ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foresightinst ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/existential... ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fore...If you’re interested in joining these meetings consider donating through our donation page: https://foresight.org/donate/ 
How can we get to whole-brain circuit maps?Chris Own develops tools that catalyze new technologies and that promote improvement of the human experience.He is an expert in analytical instrument design and development, with specialties in advanced imaging systems and science instruments, ranging from atomic-resolution structural imaging to portable charged-particle based analyzers.The teams he works with produce high-performance automation and metrology systems serving nanotechnology, materials, biological engineering and sciences, and space systems, aiming to efficiently push the limits of human understanding, improve health, and provide foundations for building next-generation technologies.Music:I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100199Artist: http://incompetech.com/Remarks: The length of this recording has been altered. 
How can we better invest in longevity?In this episode of the podcast Karl Pfleger speaks on longevity investing. Karl is an investor in Aging/Longevity biotech. He is the Founder and Chief analyst for AgingBiotech.Info.  Music: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100199Artist: http://incompetech.com/Remarks: The length of this recording has been altered. 
How can we better invest in Biotech?In this episode of the podcast we are joined by Christian Angermayer. Christian is an entrepreneur and investor and the founder of Apeiron Investment Group. He is Cofounder and Chairman of the board at Rejuveron.   Rejuveron supports pioneers in the field of aging to transform their scientific discoveries into medicines. In drug discovery, there are always 99 reasons to abandon a scientific idea. At Rejuveron, they focus on the one compelling reason to scientifically explore an idea.Music:I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100199Artist: http://incompetech.com/Remarks: The length of this recording has been altered. 
Which biotech opportunities should we seize? Which risks must we avoid? This is a recording from Foresight's Vision Weekend 2021. Speakers include: Emil Kendziorra, Tomorrow BioJJ Ben-Joseph, InQTelStephen Malina, Dyno Dina Radenkovic, SALTAmit Deshwar, Deep GenomicsMusic: I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100199Artist: http://incompetech.com/Remarks: The length of this recording has been altered.
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