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Andrés Gómez Emilsson

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'''Andrés Gómez Emilsson''' (born in Mexico City, 1990) is a consciousness researcher at the [[Qualia Research Institute]] and the founder of the [[Stanford Transhumanist Association]].From a young age, he was interested in math, science, and philosophy and participated in math and science olympiads. He switched his focus to consciousness after a "mystical experience". As the head of the Stanford Transhumanist Association, he met David Pearce and decided to make the [[abolition of suffering]] his life goal.<ref>[], "About our speaker"</ref> In a 2015 article in Harper's Magazine, he was described as a negative hedonic utilitarian.<ref>[ Come With Us If You Want to Live: Among the apocalyptic libertarians of Silicon Valley]</ref>
He is the author of the blog Qualia Computing.
== External links ==
* [ Qualia Computing]
== References ==
[[Category:Mexican transhumanists]]
[[Category:American transhumanists]]

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