Discord Brent Nally#0616 TikTok @brentnally Telegram @BrentNally Snapchat brentnally Mixer BrentNally

– My mission is to drastically improve your life by helping you break bad habits, build and keep new healthy habits to make you the best version of yourself.


venmo @Brent-Nally
cashapp $BrentNally
Bitcoin (BTC) 3AUv3vujbDMjVDoQjYur7jdis8RLAVDCrX
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) qr9gcfv92pzwfwa5hj9sqk3ptcnr5jss2g78n7w6f2
Ethereum (ETH) 0xc4Ee728088128193e72a57fb5908229501B6C972
Litecoin (LTC) MN53Q16iXYYy8RCEDagLU4Suorp6B7gcT6

– Please also subscribe and hit the notification bell and click “all” on these YouTube channels:

Huge thanks to Roen Horn for editing this video!


0:42 Intro song by SoundSage
1:48 FOLLOW Dr. Ben Goertzel on social media:
4:15 AGI (Artificial General Intelligence)
6:57 Peter Voss & the history of AI
10:20 some things that are hard for people to do are easy for AI and vice versa
12:15 AI experts disagree on what’s possible
14:01 Humans are very adaptable to our environment
17:02 AlphaGo
20:02 Current AI is narrow and not AGI yet
21:04 Shifting from evolution to engineering as the primary driver of intelligence increasing
23:07 neural nets
23:58 Founded WebMind
25:16 Story of naming AGI
29:14 May forms of intelligence
29:58 Coming up with mathematical definition of what is general intelligence
32:48 Aubrey De Grey
32:57 LEV Sciences
35:43 OpenCog is an open-source AGI project that combines multiple algorithms
38:18 Hybridizing Deep Neural Nets with Open Cog
39:14 Neurosymbolic AI
43:50 How can a human create something smarter than a human?
44:56 Sophia Robot
46:00 Tesla
47:03 The smarter the AI the less data you need
50:40 without Neurosymbolic AI, whoever has the most data will win
55:20 Sophia
58:02 Ben’s 1st interview on Joe Rogan
1:08:34 Ben likes being alive and wants to keep it that way
1:10:27 AI’s role in anti-aging
1:10:40 Dr. Aubrey de Grey
1:13:20 stiffening of the extracellular matrix
1:15:15 we don’t have a holistic systems model of everything that goes wrong in the human body
1:17:20 Dr. Alex Zhavoronkov
1:24:10 anarcho-socialism
1:25:12 COVID-19 relationship to aging
1:26:38 about 110,000 people die every day from aging
1:32:45 self-driving cars
1:34:10 Longevity Escape Velocity
1:36:01 The Starfish and the Spider
1:37:06 Subscribe to Eternal Life Fan YouTube channel! / Ex Machina
1:38:55 incentives for any system are paramount
1:41:10 pattern is good
1:44:12 When will Ben be back on The Joe Rogan Experience?
1:46:00 Dr. Greg Fahy
1:48:17 Vladimir Trufanov Co-Founder/CIO at
1:49:13 Elena Milova
1:49:22 How do we get the wealthiest billionaires to start investing in and donating to longevity?
1:51:28 FOLLOW Dr. Ben Goertzel on social media:
1:53:40 use your unique skills to contribute to the longevity movement
1:54:30 like this video & ask a question for Brent’s next interview w/ Ben in this comments below
1:54:47 share this video on social media & please subscribe, hit the notification bell and click “all”
1:56:02 It’s up to all of us to create the future we want!
1:58:21 Exit song by SoundSage

Link to TechEmergence Podcast:

Episode Summary:

Few astrophysicists are as decorated as Martin Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow, who was a primary contributor to the big-bang theory and named to the honorary position of UK’s astronomer royal in 1995. His work has explored the intersections of science and philosophy, as well as human beings’ contextual place in the universe. In his book “Our Final Century”, published in 2003, Rees warned about the dangers of uncontrolled scientific advance, and argued that human beings have a 50 percent chance of surviving past the year 2100 as a direct result. In this episode, I asked him why he considers AI to be among one of the foremost existential risks that society should consider, as well as his thoughts around how we might best regulate AI and other emerging technologies in the nearer term.

Link to TechEmergence article:

Episode Summary:

In our exclusive interview with Dr. Bostrom (below), we explore the topic of identifying “existential” human risks (those that could wipe out life forever), and how individuals and groups might mediate these risks on a grand scale to better secure the flourishing of humanity in the coming decades and centuries.

Interview with Stuart Russell, Professor of Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, at the AI for Good Global Summit 2018, ITU, Geneva, Switzerland.

Laureates at the 7th HLF sat down with Tom Geller, Tom Geller Productions, to discuss their career, mentoring and their experience at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF). These renowned scientists have been honored with most prestigious awards in mathematics and computer science: Abel Prize, ACM A.M. Turing Award, ACM Prize in Computing, Fields Medal and Nevanlinna Prize.

The opinions expressed in this video do not necessarily reflect the views of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation or any other person or associated institution involved in the making and distribution of the video.


The Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation (HLFF) annually organizes the Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF), which is a networking event for mathematicians and computer scientists from all over the world. The HLFF was established and is funded by the German foundation the Klaus Tschira Stiftung (KTS), which promotes natural sciences, mathematics and computer science. The HLF is strongly supported by the award-granting institutions, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM: ACM A.M. Turing Award, ACM Prize in Computing), the International Mathematical Union (IMU: Fields Medal, Nevanlinna Prize), and the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters (DNVA: Abel Prize). The Scientific Partners of the HLFF are the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) and Heidelberg University.

More information to the Heidelberg Laureate Forum:

Website: http://www.heidelberg-laureate-forum….
More videos from the HLF:…

In Part 1 of our 3 part interview, Jürgen Schmidhuber begins with an overview of what artificial intelligence is, describes his work at the Swiss Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence, and gives his opinion on the idea of a “singularity” in the future.
For the rest of the interview, and to see extra content from Part 1, go to

Link to TechEmergence article:

Episode Summary:

Since the inception of the discipline of artificial intelligence (AI) in the 1950s, progress in the field has advanced at a rapid pace. We have seen the development of early neural networks, game AI, the Turing Test, and theories involving expert systems and intelligent agents, but according to Ben Goertzel, there is a specific element of AI today that is significantly missing. In this episode, we discuss that missing element and Goertzel’s mission through the OpenCog Foundation.

DARPA SUPERHIT 2021 Play Now!Close


(StoneBridge Mix)

Play Now!