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A Cam­bridge sci­en­tist ar­gues the first hu­man to live for­ever has al­ready been born. Elon Musk plans to seam­lessly con­nect our brains to com­put­ers be­fore the next gen­er­a­tion hits adult­hood. The cost of se­quenc­ing your en­tire genome has fallen from $2.7 bil­lion dol­lars to just un­der $1,000 in less than 15 years. Rad­i­cal changes in health­care will quan­tify your prob­lems, per­son­al­ize your solutions and make you the odds-on favourite to out­live your wildest lim­i­ta­tions. But chances are, you are not pay­ing at­ten­tion. The knowl­edge to truly live into your most en­hanced self is elu­sive. You’re not sure what prac­ti­cal knowhow to trust and which to dis­re­gard. What daily rou­tine will get you be­yond 100 years of age?

This is where the speak­ers and the spe­cial­ists at Su­per­hu­man Sum­mit come in. Give your­self a day of hands-on learn­ing and speaker-driven in­sights that will al­low you to achieve break­through life­span, aug­ment your abil­i­ties and shat­ter your com­fort zone. Ex­pe­ri­ence a fu­ture-think­ing ed­u­ca­tional show­case. A col­lec­tion of ex­pert speak­ers, mu­si­cal per­for­mances, and lunchtime break­outs led by unique spe­cial­ists will lead you to be­come more su­per­hu­man. Join us and ad­vance your hu­man po­ten­tial. And come find out how age might be a dis­ease. Fully cur­able. Join the move­ment. be@su­per­hv­

Conor Rus­so­manno show­cases the world’s first open-source brain com­puter in­ter­face, a de­vice that will dra­mat­i­cally shape our brain health.

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