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Building resilience for uncertain water futures

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The quest for immortality as a technical problem: The idea of cybergnosis and the visions of posthumanism

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Possibilities for the Survival of the Human Race: A Global Near-Death Experience

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Hybrid strategies towards safe “self-aware” superintelligent systems

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