June 15, 2012
Marshall Brain On The Meaning of Life and the Role of Robots
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|Where do human beings come from? What is the meaning of our lives today? And what happens in the future? These are three important questions that human beings have been asking for centuries. Marshall Brain looks at all three from a scientific perspective.|
As a well-known public speaker with the ability to deliver complex material in a way that is easily understood by audiences of all types, Brain is a regular guest on radio and TV programs nationwide. He has been featured on CNN, CNN Headline News, Modern Marvels and The Oprah Winfrey Show. In 2008 and 2009, he was the host of the National Geographic channel's "Factory Floor With Marshall Brain", a series of one-hour factory tours taking the viewer on a journey into the world of product design, manufacturing and testing.
Brain is the author of more than a dozen books as well as a number of widely known web publications including How to Make a Million Dollars, Robotic Nation, Manna: Two Visions of Humanity's Future and The Day you Discard Your Body. His book The Teenager's Guide to the Real World is now in its tenth printing and was selected for the New York Public Library's prestigious "Books for the Teen Age" list. He frequently works with students at all levels to help them understand science and technology topics, entrepreneurship and how the world works.
Where do human beings come from? What is the meaning of our lives today? And what happens in the future? These are three important questions that human beings have been asking for centuries. In this talk Brain looks at all three from a scientific perspective.
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