Anders Sandberg (born 11 July 1972) is a Swedish computational neuroscientist, currently Senior Research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute.

In 2000, Sandberg co-founded Eudoxa, a science and technology think tank based in Stockholm.[1][2]

Sandberg has been described as "a multifaceted genius—a philosopher, neuroscientist, futurist, mathematician, and computer graphics artist."[3] His contributions span a wide range of topics, including the Fermi paradox, model uncertainty, cognitive enhancement, whole brain emulation, intelligence explosion, oracle AI, anthropics, and the future of humanity, among others.

Further reading

Galef, Julia (2018) The long-term future of humanity (Anders Sandberg), Rationally Speaking, August 19.

Nachbauer, Titus (2011) Transhuman: Do you want to live forever?, Nederlandse Filmacademie.

Righetti, Luca & Fin Moorehouse (2021) Anders Sandberg on the Fermi paradox, transhumanism, and so much more, Hear This Idea, August 2.

Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Why don’t we see alien civilizations? This Oxford academic suspects they’re sleeping. Here’s the reason., 80,000 Hours, May 8.

Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Oxford university’s Dr Anders Sandberg on if dictators could live forever, the annual risk of nuclear war, solar flares, and more, 80,000 Hours, May 29.

Anders Sandberg's pages. Official website.

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    Allern, Sigurd & Ester Pollack (2016) Swedish advocacy think tanks as news sources and agenda-setters, Politik, vol. 19, p. 67.

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    Mcgann, James G. (2015) 2014 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report, no. 8, TTCSP Global Go To Think Tank Index Reports, p. 106.

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    Buchanan, Allen (2011) Better Than Human: the Promise and Perils of Biomedical Enhancement, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 94.