singularitarian

singularitarian

An individual who believes that technology singularity is inevitable. "I regard someone who understands the Singularity and who has reflected on its implications for his or her own life as a singularitarian." From Ray Kurzweil's best seller "The Singularity Is Near." See technology singularity.
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52) Their outer limits are about as scientific as singularitarian predictions of mass immortality by 2100.
For Domin, the act of aristocratic self-perfection occurs, not as an affirmative act of overcoming and creative transvaluation, but rather as a reactive negation of imperfections and limitations in the human condition--all of which resonates in contemporary posthuman sentiments of the singularitarian, transhumanist, extropian varieties, exemplified by figures such as Ray Kurzweil and Hans Moravec.
This talk will also draw references from the book and movie "The Singularity is Near," written by futurist and prominent Singularitarian, Ray Kurzweil.
Allow Shermer to introduce you to the singularitarians, Omega Point Theorists, transhumanists, extropians, cryonicists and mind-uploaders.
In short, I would argue that the Singularitarians they are not collectivists by nature.