February 23, 2011
Forbes — February 23, 2011 | Andy Greenberg
Ray Kurzweil may be the world’s most prominent techno-optimist. The 63-year old futurist and artificial intelligence guru believes, famously, that by 2045 humans will build a computer capable of replicating and storing the human mind — what he calls the “singularity” — essentially allowing our mental selves to live on indefinitely.
So perhaps it’s no surprise that Kurzweil takes an equally sunny view of cybersecurity, in contradiction to the… read more