A group of future-obsessed entrepreneurs met earlier this year at NASA to talk about what will happen after humans evolve into cyborgs and live forever. Their gathering was called Singularity University, and Google founder Sergey Brin went cyborg to attend.
Over the weekend, The New York Times ran a lengthy profile on Singularity University, an incubator for futurists of all stripe founded by tech-visionary Ray Kurzweil. On the exclusive school's curriculum: nanotechnology, synthetic biology, artificial intelligence, and, of course, immortality.
The man in charge of Google's new university plans to become a cyborg and dreams of the day when he can fulfill his fantasy of being a female rock singer. Where can I sign up?