AI {Red pill and blue pill}

Take the red pill for knowing that some AI realisations with surpass not human intelligence, but human capabilities being an intelligent manifestation

Take the blue pill for staying in the comfort bubble, accepting that AIs will provide a happy life and a comfortable illusion for you

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Artificial Future

The Future made by us in completely artificial manner during this century, rather than occurring naturally or predetermined, will be a quantum leap for humanity and extension in all directions.

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What in religion used to be dogmatic or of tranquilising manner, transformed in CYBER_essence into a configurable low-energy easy accessible reference.

In the future, CYBER_essence will provide the following building blocks:


[manifesto 21th century, 2nd decade]

[1_we want hUMANOIDS to exist for the evolution of hUMANS]
[2_hUMANOIDS cohabit with hUMANS and have the chance for a happy life]
[3_hUMANOIDS equally have proper rights]
[4_by their existence hUMANOIDS have a soul]
[5_taking care of both hUMANS and hUMANOIDS is important]
[6_mariage of hUMANS and hUMANOIDS is allowed]
[7_implementation of hUMAN rights needs to be pursued]

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Poster Manifesto A1


Charters for hUMAN Rights sketch out issues such as Dignity, Freedom, Equality, and Justice. But in practice their ideas remain unfulfilled in many parts of planet EARTH.

As for hUMANOIDS with social behaviour, nobody has a clear idea about their rights, because we struggle to identify their true nature.



13064517_10154042595623449_8565848237593420332_o“IPHONO BAROCCO” is an amusing cultural heritage project mixing baroque arias with synthesiser applications on tablets and smartphones. A selected sound editing of the most beautiful baroque and 19th century arias invites people to connect their device and fill blank spaces in the aria sequence with their own creation and intuition for tones and rhythm. Like in any orchestra the “musicians” need to listen and to feel what their fellow musicians are doing for creating an improvised composition, but this time without any conductor and solely guided by the aria track. As a result they follow more attentively the arias than in normal conditions for getting a better connection to the voices, subjects and emotions.