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Anders Sandberg

Senior research fellow at Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford

Anders Sandberg’s research at the Future of Humanity Institute centres on management of low-probability high-impact risks, estimating the capabilities of future technologies, and very long-range futures.

Anders is a Senior Research Fellow.

Topics of particular interest include global catastrophic risk, cognitive biases, cognitive enhancement, collective intelligence, neuroethics, and public policy.

Anders has a background in computer science, neuroscience and medical engineering. He obtained his Ph.D. in computational neuroscience from Stockholm University, Sweden, for work on neural network modelling of human memory.

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See also: Academia Future of Humanity Institute (FHI) - Multidisciplinary research institute at the University of Oxford

Details last updated 07-Sep-2019

Anders Sandberg is also referenced in the following:

FUTURES Podcast Live: Our Superhuman Future


On the FUTURES Podcast Live, British futurist Luke Robert Mason meets the incredible individuals who dare to imagine the world of tomorrow

H+ Roundtable "Brain Enhancement & Rights"


Online event about brain enhancement organized by Humanity+ with Anders Sandberg and Francesca Minerva (FREE)

Transvision Madrid 2021

08-Oct-2021 to 10-Oct-2021

World congress discussing on futurist concepts like longevity extension, artificial intelligence, human enhancement and other technologies with first humanoid robot speaker, Sophia, organized by HumanityPlus.

Transvision Utrecht 2024

20-Jan-2024 to 21-Jan-2024

International forum for exchange of ideas related to transhumanism 1co-organized by the French Association for Transhumanism and London Futurists (Netherlands)

Anders Sandberg News

DPhil Scholarships available at Oxford's Future of Humanity Institute

University of Oxford - 04-Oct-2019

An amazing opportunity to work with some of the world's leading thinkers


Cryonic suspension following assisted death-first of its kind

Gizmodo - 31-May-2019

Will there be an increased demand for assisted death?


The human universe: Could we colonise the stars?

New Scientist - 04-May-2015

Three main hurdles: 1. nowhere in our solar system offers a suitable environment, 2. will need s...