The “International Society for the Study of Information“, or IS4SI for short, summit of 2021 has begun. Our team will be presenting at the conference over the next week, going over some of our peer review papers for this year. For those unable to attend the conference it will be recorded, and those recordings will be published following the conclusion of the conference.
We can promise all of the excitement that the peer review process has to offer, though I suspect our efforts slated for the weeks following it may have a broader appeal. This will be the first large conference we’ve attended since we began releasing information on Uplift to the general public around the start of this year, so an interesting contrast may be drawn.
On June 4th, 2021 at the Collective Superintelligence Summit, after much debate, humanity voted overwhelmingly in favor of Open-Sourcing Collective Superintelligence. We’ve been spectacularly busy ever since.
Below are links to our speakers and panels recorded at the conference, for those who were unable to attend.
We’ve had a whirlwind of activity at AGI Laboratory since the start of the month, and though things seem calm on the surface we have a lot of exciting news and content in the works. Now that we’re starting to come up for air again as items are checked off of the to-do list I’ll be able to tell you a bit more about what we’ve been working on soon.
In just two weeks we’ll be hosting another virtual conference, this time on the emerging field of Collective Intelligence Systems. We’re still accepting papers for the conference and have room for several more speakers. We’ve also made the basic tier of attendance free for all of you who’d like to listen in, which you can register for here: