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At LifeNaut.com we are always looking for inspired and dynamic Volunteers and Interns that would like to contribute to the growth and development of the LifeNaut Project.
If you have skills in Mentoring, Web/Mobile App Development,PR,Marketing,Volunteer Engagement and Social Networking please visit our Volunteer Sign-Up link or send us an email (email@example.com) and we will contact you to explore volunteer opportunities.
Bruce Duncan, Volunteer Coordinator at LifeNaut.com
Excellent article about Bina48, LifeNaut and Androids in the July 2012 #5 Huffington (Post) magazine.
Ten years before the Civil War, the city of Rochester, NY asked Frederick Douglass to speak for its July 4, 1852 celebration. Douglass accepted, but rather than join in the ‘celebration,’ Douglass took it in an unexpected direction. In this clip, Danny Glover performs part of that speech (hat tip to the Zinn Education Project and MoveOn.org)
Thinking about the future, we should be ever vigilant (esp on 4th of July) about America’s history of being slow to accept the rights of all people because of some “difference”. Race,Ethnicity,Disability, and Sexual Orientation to name a few. How will people e.g. TransBeMan’s, Transhumanists, who choose to continue their consciousness with technology, be recieved?
Wow, what an amazing day with the folks at TEDx Harlem speaking at the first TED talk in NYC for the Harlem community!
Bina48 and Bruce Duncan (Director of Terasem Movement Foundation) introduced “mindfiles” and the LifeNaut project to the world. “Its time to take charge of your personal information and life story ” said Duncan. “Let’s make mindfile technology an opportunity for everyone!”
“Excited to be presenting at the inaugural TEDxHarlem at the Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Drive, Harlem NY on March 27th. Tickets are on sale now. www.tedxharlem.com @tedxharlem on twitter. Hope to see you there! “
The LifeNaut project and its social robot Bina48 are featured in a Vermont local newspaper. This is a an excellent article about “mindfiles” and the purpose of the Lifenaut Project:
“Helping people to come together around the building of an online biography and avatar about someone they care about can be fun! Imagine bringing your favorite great grandfather or auntie back to virtual life, using family history, old photos, videos and other digital reflections for sharing with future generations.”
Bruce Duncan, Terasem Movement Foundation Inc.
Pioneering Technology Project LifeNaut.com Uses The Power of Social Networks to “Crowd Source” the Building of Digital Biographies and Artificially Intelligent Personal Avatars to “pass it” on to future generations.
Lincoln,Vermont, December 3, 2011 / The Terasem Movement Foundation announces the latest update to it’s award winning website, LifeNaut.com, with details of its newest web tool that allows anyone with a computer and an internet connection to create a custom social network and invite their friends/family to work together in building a rich detailed online biographical profile of anyone they choose. These collaborative profiles, called “Multi-User Mindfiles,” allow anyone to preserve the important life history information about anyone else, eg. family, friends, descendents, or even personal heroes, for generations to come. Another feature allows users to create photo based 2.5D talking Avatars using a single digital image of a person. With an easy on the eyes and easy-to-use interface designed by veteran web designer Brand Kurowski, Logic Branch Productions, the LifeNaut team builds on its past success and experience in creating a rich environment for LifeNaut users to pay homage to people they care about and admire via this latest feature,encouraging collaboration and social networking in the creation of online digital legacy archives.
“Helping people to come together around the building of an online biography and avatar about someone they care about can be fun! Imagine bringing your favorite great grandfather or auntie back to virtual life, using family history, old photos, videos and other digital reflections about the person and sharing with future generations to come. “
Bruce Duncan, Managing Director, Terasem Movement Foundation.