Lincoln Cannon is the President of the Mormon Transhumanist Association. He works as a consultant, assisting clients with vision, ethics, strategy, and marketing in emerging technology, including cloud and mobile computing, e-governance, rejuvenation biotech, neural enablement, and machine intelligence. He is also a board member at The World Table, where he advises on technical and product strategy for quantified reputation networks to improve the quality and value of social interactions.
I want to thank Jay Griffith for introducing me to Lincoln and for participating in the Discussion.
In the first episode he speaks about his personal history, how tragedy shaped his perspectives on God and Faith, and how he came to be passionate about transhumanism.
In episode two Lincoln explores the essence of transhumanism and how this effects his understanding of God. He also speaks about how it has shaped his deep faith in Mormonism. He explains how he sees Joseph Smith as a transhumanist and addresses our Mormon transhumanist doctrines.
In the last episode Lincoln synthesizes his Christianity and transhumanism. He talks about the body of Christ and the atonement. He helps us understand our responsibility to become one in the body of Christ.
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