The Atlas Society Asks Jose Cordeiro

March 24, 2021 01:02:24
The Atlas Society Asks Jose Cordeiro
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The Atlas Society Asks Jose Cordeiro
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Jose Cordeiro (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos%C3%A9_Luis_Cordeiro) is a futurist, an MIT engineer, an economist, a transhumanist, and an author of a dozen books, his most recent being "La Muerte de la Muerte," also available in French. Born in Venezuela, He serves as the executive director of the Ibero-American Futurists Network, vice chair of Humanity Plus, and chair of Venezuela Node of The Millennium Project. Cordeiro has been an advocate of sound monetary policy and dollarization in Eastern Europe and Latin America. He is optimistic about the advancement of technology to end aging and defeat death. 

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