Keith Wiley

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Keith Wiley is the author of the nonfiction book A Taxonomy and Metaphysics of Mind-Uploading. He was a member of the Mind Uploading Research Group (MURG) in the 1990s and as of 2016—2017 serves as Communications Director on the board of Carboncopies. He has been interviewed, primarily on topics related to mind uploading, by Adam Ford, Daniel Faggella, Alternet, TechEmergence podcast, Huffington Post, Interalia Magazine, and The World Transformed podcast.

Publications

Other publications relevant to H+ include:

  • Wiley, K. B. and Koene, R. A. The Fallacy of Favoring Gradual Replacement Mind Uploading Over Scan-and-Copy. Journal of Consciousness Studies (JoCS), Vol. 23, No. 3–4, pp212–235, Mar 2016[1]. Pre-final draft available on arXiv[2].
  • Wiley, K. B. Implications of the BPF small mammal brain preservation prize, from the prosaic to the profound, Feb 2016[3]. Blog article for the Brain Preservation Foundation.
  • Wiley, K. B. Mind Uploading and the Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything. IEET. Hughes, James, ed. Jul 2015[4]. A shortened version of a submitted journal article.
  • Wiley, K. B. and Koene, R. A. The Fallacy of Favoring Gradual Replacement Mind Uploading Over Scan-and-Copy. IEET. Hughes, James, ed. May 2015[5]. A shortened version of the JoCS journal article above.
  • Wiley, K. B. 'Interstellar' Might Depict AI Slavery. H+ Magazine. Anissimov, Michael, ed. Nov 2014[6].
  • Wiley, K. B. Response to Susan Schneider's The Philosophy of 'Her'. H+ Magazine. Anissimov, Michael, ed. Mar 2014[7].
  • Wiley, K. B. Implications of Computerized Intelligence on Interstellar Travel. H+ Magazine. Anissimov, Michael, ed. Sep 2011[8].

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