Foresight Institute

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The Foresight Institute is an American nonprofit that promotes the beneficial development of transformative technology. It was founded in 1986 by Eric Drexler and Christine Peterson.[1][2]

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    Forrest, David & Christine Peterson (2010) The Foresight Institute, ANSI TAG Meeting to ISO TC/229 on Nanotechnologies, April 7.

  2. ^

    Hayes, Sean A. (2010) Foresight Institute, in David Guston (ed.) Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications, pp. 253–254.

The Foresight Institute is an American nonprofit that promotes the beneficial development oftransformative technology. It was founded in 1986 by Eric Drexler and Christine Peterson.

Bibliography

Forrest, David & Christine Peterson (2010) The Foresight Institute, ANSI TAG Meeting to ISO TC/229 on Nanotechnologies, April 7.

Hayes, Sean A. (2010) Foresight Institute, in David Guston (ed.) Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications, pp. 253–254.

External links

Foresight Institute. Official website.

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My impression is that their scope has expanded/changed from that, e.g. they now seem to host a lot of online events on things like existential risks, anti-ageing, etc. But I haven't looked closely.

The Foresight Institute is an American nonprofit that promotes the development of atomically precise manufacturing.

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