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TransVision 2010 Presentation by David Orban

TransVision 2010 Presentation by David Orban

Free to Be Human: the Coming Machine Revolution and Our New Role in the World

The majority of the researchers in the field of artificial intelligence agree that sooner or later we will be able to create systems that are as intelligent as humans, or more. What is our role going to be in a world where white collar work is commoditized, after the mechanization of agriculture, and of industry?

How will we organize our lives at the level of the individual, and that of society? The challenges of intermediate systems that are around the corner, from robotic cars, to 3D printing and manufacturing, to the Internet of Things, give us a glimpse of the immense task of adaptation we have in front of us.

David Orban David Orban is an entrepreneur and visionary. He is a former Chairman of Humanity+, Advisor of the Singularity University, a Founder of WideTag, Inc., a high technology start-up company providing the infrastructure for an open Internet of Things.

TransVision 2010 is a global transhumanist conference and community convention. The event will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2010 in Milan, Italy with many options for remote online access.

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TransVision 2010 Presentation by Max More

TransVision 2010 Presentation by Max More

The Expanded Self: The Past, Present, and Future of Being You

Transhumanists seek to survive and thrive into the indefinite future, and to enhance and expand themselves. But what is this “self” that we aim to preserve and develop? Does it exist? Or is it largely an illusion? I will argue that selfhood is much less real and substantial than commonly believed (even among sophisticated transhumanists). The human self is a kludge, a clumsy, accidental conglomeration of cognitive, emotional, and perceptual functions that is poorly and loosely integrated. The 15 billion year history of the universe is one of expanding awareness and self-awareness. We can, perhaps, catch glimpses of our posthuman selves as unprecedented beings of improved integration and integrity, greater virtue, and deeper meta-awareness, enabled by increasingly subtle and deep infusions of technology into our neural and biological substrate.

Max More Max More, the founder of Extropy Institute, has written many articles espousing the philosophy of transhumanism and the transhumanist philosophy of extropy, most importantly his Principles of Extropy (currently version 3.11). In a 1990 essay “Transhumanism: Toward a Futurist Philosophy”, he introduced the term “transhumanism” in its modern sense. More is also noted for his writings about the impact of new and emerging technologies on businesses and other organizations. His “Proactionary Principle” is intended as a balanced guide to the risks and benefits of technological innovation.

TransVision 2010 is a global transhumanist conference and community convention. The event will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2010 in Milan, Italy with many options for remote online access.

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TransVision 2010 Presentation by Suzanne Gildert

TransVision 2010 Presentation by Suzanne Gildert

Thinking about the hardware of thinking: Can disruptive technologies help us achieve uploading?

We are surrounded by devices that rely on silicon processors. But is this the only possibility? As we wish to run computations faster and more efficiently, we might we need to reconsider the underlying computer hardware that we all take for granted. As we begin to run larger and more brain-like emulations, will our current methods of simulating neural networks be enough, even in principle? Why does the brain, with 100 billion neurons, consume less than 50W of power, whilst our attempts to simulate tens of thousands of neurons (for example in the blue brain project) consumes tens of KW? In this talk I will discuss some possible ways of running AI algorithms on novel forms of computer hardware, such as quantum computing processors. These behave entirely differently to our current silicon chips, and help to emphasize just how important disruptive technologies may be to our attempts to build intelligent machines.

Suzanne Gildert Dr Suzanne Gildert is currently working as an Experimental Physicist at D-Wave Systems, Inc. She is involved in the design and testing of large scale superconducting processors for Quantum Computing Applications. Suzanne obtained her PhD and MSci degree from The University of Birmingham UK, focusing on the areas of experimental quantum device physics and superconductivity.

TransVision 2010 is a global transhumanist conference and community convention. The event will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2010 in Milan, Italy with many options for remote online access.

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Aubrey de Grey at TransVision 2010 on SENS and SENS Foundation: recent progress

Aubrey de Grey will give a talk at TransVision 2010 on SENS and SENS Foundation: recent progress.

Abstract: It is now ten years since the first workshop was held to discuss the counterintuitive possibility that reversing aging – comprehensive, bona fide rejuvenation of the human body – might be a more achievable medical goal than merely slowing aging down. This approach, which essentially amounts to the application of regenerative medicine to aging, has now gained widespread respect within the relevant expert scientific communities, and experimental work to make it a reality is proceeding at an ever-accelerating pace. SENS Foundation is spearheading this effort, with an emphasis on the most challenging components of it (which are the ones in most danger of being neglected by other funding sources). In my talk, I will report on our recent progress in this work.

Aubrey de Grey Aubrey de Grey is a biomedical gerontologist, and the Chief Science Officer of the SENS Foundation. The central goal of Aubrey de Grey’s work is the expedition of developing a true cure for human aging.

TransVision 2010 is a global transhumanist conference and community convention. The event will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2010 in Milan, Italy with many options for remote online access.

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TransVision 2010 Presentation by Anders Sandberg

TransVision 2010 Presentation by Anders Sandberg

Thermodynamics of advanced civilizations: living in a unsustainable universe

Civilizations are thermodynamic objects, fundamentally bound by considerations of energy, entropy and information. While their purposes for manipulating the physical world could be almost anything, they are constrained by available resources and physical laws. This gives us some bounds on what can be achieved in the truly long-term given our current understanding of the universe.

This talk will look at what constraints we are facing, giving some estimates for how much information processing, beings and activity can take place in the far future. I will also discuss the ethical consequences of these considerations here and now: how they force us to consider existential risk more seriously, how our current limitation to a single planet is an important opportunity for coordination, and the ethical problems of initiating radical interstellar expansion.

Anders Sandberg Anders Sandberg is a researcher, science debater, futurist, transhumanist, and author. He holds a Ph.D. in computational neuroscience from Stockholm University, and is currently a James Martin Research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University. Sandberg’s research centres on societal and ethical issues surrounding human enhancement and new technology, as well as on assessing the capabilities and underlying science of future technologies.

TransVision 2010 is a global transhumanist conference and community convention. The event will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2010 in Milan, Italy with many options for remote online access.

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TransVision 2010 Presentation by Danila Medvedev

TransVision 2010 Presentation by Danila Medvedev

INCREASING COMPLEXITY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE WORLD

The human world is becoming more complex, catching up with the natural world. Our skills at management also improve at an exponential rate. Management lies at the core of any human activity and every day more resources are allocated towards management. Will we be able to achieve perfect harmony in the world through management? Or will the complexity overcome any our attempts at it?

Examples of complex systems

Some examples of complex systems that everyone is familiar with are:

Examples of large systems under human management are large companies (Russian Railroads has 1 mln people) and countries (China has 1 bln people).

Two problems with complexity

There are two problems with complexity – it’s more difficult to predict what complex systems will do and more difficult to affect them. Prediction often involves mathematical modelling and there clear limits to that (PNP, stopping theorem, Wolfram’s complexity). Affecting the systems involves analysing all possible interventions and choosing between them. These two types of problems form parts of a decision tree.

Solutions and tools

Managing complex systems can be seen as a cross between art and science. It can’t be fully formalized almost by definition. Mathematically it’s exemplified by NP complexity. We can use various methods of the theory of management decisions. We can make systems easier to manage by creating hierarchies (hiding the complexity within layers). We can create self-managing systems, including networks and markets (two examples of using emerging self-management in certain kinds of systems). We can make it easier to predict the behaviour of complex systems by influencing or controlling them, in effect substituting simplicity for freedom.

Alternatively we can rely on diversity to increase reliability or make sure some good systems emerge. Finally, over investing in something (creating reserves of any kind) always makes things easier to some extent.

Even as early as in 1953 there where ideas about using analogue computations in making business decisions (http://www.jstor.org/pss/166584). Technologies for managing complex systems become more accessible every year. They include information and communication systems, expert systems, etc.

There are more possibilities to manage complex systems, but the world is also becoming more complex. Also, the actions necessary to execute an intervention are becoming more complex – from pressing a button to writing a program to creating an entire automated system.

The growing complexity of required calculations also contributes. It might be that required actions will end up being too complex for management to occur.

Long term consequences

Planned economy is an application of management to complex systems. There are examples, which have achieved substantial results. Upgrades such as the Chilean Project Cybersyn were developed. Modern ERP systems bear some relation, but are less ambitious and less universal.

Isaac Asimov proposed the idea of “psychohistory”, a science of predicting actions of huge numbers of people. There are other similar fictional ideas (including in Nik Gorkavy “Astrovityanka” series), stories about organizations practicing regular interventions (again we see two types of problems!), and even real organizations developing similar methods.

Genrih Altshuller has proposed an idea of a Nonnatural artificial world, a transhumanist concept that assumes the need for humans to develop sufficiently complex systems to replace nature.

In the very long term the issue of humanity’s survival is possibly the most complex problem, from operating our “planet” to managing existential risks to solving “The Last Question” (Asimov again).

Danila Medvedev Danila Medvedev is a Russian futurologist (specializing in the science and future of Russia), a politician and a member of coordination council of the Russian Transhumanistic Movement. He is also one of founders and the general director of KrioRus (since May, 2005), the first cryonics company outside of the United States. Since August 2008 he works as a Chief Planning Officer and a Vice-President of the “Science for Life Extension” Foundation in Moscow, Russia. See the Interview with Danila Medvedev by Sky News.

TransVision 2010 is a global transhumanist conference and community convention. The event will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2010 in Milan, Italy with many options for remote online access.

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TransVision 2010 Presentation by Francesco Monico

TransVision 2010 Presentation by Francesco Monico

Extra Gender Perspective: Beyond Humankind Cultural Narcissism, a draft proposal

Facing an incredible technological acceleration, cultural cybernation’s effects drive humankind in an attempt to define an act to set himself. As a matter of fact, from one side computational acceleration brings primary complex feedback forms, art explored generativity principles, and we are waiting for the singularity. From another side the exploitation, the predation, the irresponsible management of the natural resources drive humankind in a new ecological Pentecost. Today, as said by George Gessert “We need the fellowship of the animals and plants in order to became ourselves”.i

Humankind’s poetical acknowledge was to set himself as narcissistic ‘subject’, this has drove humankind to see image of the self as mere reflection and not to gather the intimate relationship between the self and the Nature. Humankind becomes a being that bargains his identity between his natural dimension and his technological dimension, his tekné; this bargain is a cybernetic process generating a never ending dialectical strain. It’s a new integrated Ego that brings together different confines and psychological edges. Throughout the pragmatical experience of the conceptual Artwork – Is There Love in The Technoetic Narcissus? – produced by the Parco d’Arte Vivente -PAV- di Torino, a new concept of Human Cultural Narcissism is speculated in an enquiry open to various brilliant minds.

i George Gessert in Art Biotech a cura di J. Hauser Edizione Italiana a cura di P. L. Capucci e F. Torriani – pg.65

Prospettive straordinarie di genere: Oltre il Narcisismo Culturale Umano, una proposta preliminare

Da una parte, c’è l’incredibile accelerazione tecnologica data dall’informatica, gli effetti della cibernazione culturale portano l’uomo a tentare di ridefinire questo atto del porre se stesso; infatti da un lato l’accellerazione computazionale ha generato le prime forme di feedback complessi ai nostri output, l’arte ha affrontato e descritto i principi della generatività, e stiamo aspettando la singolarità tecnologica. Dall’altra il consumo delle riserve naturali, la sistematica predazione della natura e la sconsiderata gestione delle energie, hanno portato l’umanità a sviluppare una coscienza ecologica verso la natura. Oggi come dice George Gessert “Abbiamo bisogno della compagnia degli animali e delle piante per diventare noi stessi”i.

L’atto poetico dell’uomo è stato proprio quello di porsi narcisisticamente come ‘soggetto’ di sé stesso, e questo ha portato l’uomo a vedere la propria immagine come mero riflesso e non a cogliere l’intima relazione tra sé e la natura. L’uomo diventa un essere che patteggia la sua identità tra il suo essere naturale e il suo essere tecnologico, la sua tekné; questo patteggiamento non si interrompe, bensì è un processo cibernetico che genera una tensione dialettica senza mai esaurirsi. E’ un nuovo ego integrato che unisce differenti ambiti e tensioni psicologiche. Attraverso l’esperienza dell’Installazione concettuale C’è amore nel Narciso Technoetico? Prodotta dal parco d’Arte Vivente – PAV- di Torino, un nuovo concetto di Narcisismo Culturale Umano, viene speculato in una ricerca aperta a molte brillanti menti del contemporaneo.

i George Gessert in Art Biotech a cura di J. Hauser Edizione Italiana a cura di P. L. Capucci e F. Torriani – pg.65

Francesco Monico Francesco Monico has worked for ten years as a director, screenwriter and program chief in Italian broadcast, sperimental and interactive TV, is both a Technoetic Technoetic researcher and artist, today mainly engaged in directing the Media Design and New Media Art Department he founded at the Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano – NABA in Milan. He is a professor of Theory and Method of Mass Media at the same institution, as well as director of the PhD program M-Node[1], Planetary Collegium and a Senior Fellow of the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology in Toronto. He is an alumnus of Derrick de Kerckhove, and is currently researching under Roy Ascott as part of the PhD CAiiA in the Planetary Collegium. A former member of the Scientific Committee of the Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum in Milan, with Giulio Giorello, Emanuele Severino, Enrico Bellone, he is currently a member of the Scientific Committee of Milano in Digitale [2], with Antonio Caronia, Paolo Rosa, Pier Luigi Capucci, Franco Torrani.

TransVision 2010 is a global transhumanist conference and community convention. The event will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2010 in Milan, Italy with many options for remote online access.

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TransVision 2010 Presentation by Dr. Fiorella Terenzi

TransVision 2010 Presentation by Dr. Fiorella Terenzi

Principia Universali: Unchangeable and immutable laws of our Universe

Why should the principles that governs our infinite Universe have any bearing on our infinitesimal lives? Because these principles have bearing on everything in the Universe — often directly, sometimes indirectly, and yet other times in symbolic, allegorical ways.

Principles are principles; they do not discriminate between the enormous and the tiny, the primitive and the new. They simple are. We cannot break these real and unchangeable universal laws — “We can only break ourselves against them.”

Fiorella Terenzi Internationally renowned astrophysicist, author and recording artist, Dr. Fiorella Terenzi has a doctorate in physics from the University of Milan. In research at the Computer Audio Research Laboratory, University of California, San Diego, she pionereed techniques to convert radio waves from galaxies into sound – released by Island Records on her acclaimed CD “Music from the Galaxies”. Her award-winning CD-ROM “Invisible Universe” and best-selling books “Heavenly Knowledge”, “Musica Dalle Stelle”, “Der Kosmos ist weiblich” weaves astronomy and music, science and art into a tapestry for the senses. She has appeared on CNN, The Wall Street Journal, People, Time, Glamour and lectured at UCSD, Stanford, MIT.

TransVision 2010 is a global transhumanist conference and community convention. The event will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2010 in Milan, Italy with many options for remote online access.

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TransVision 2010 Presentation by Marta Rossi and Jacopo Tagliabue

TransVision 2010 Presentation by Marta Rossi and Jacopo Tagliabue

The law in the time of Singularity

Trends in technology are all but linear: according to almost any possible measure, we had more developments in science and technology in the last 100 years than in the previous 300, as well as more discoveries in the last 10 years than in the previous 50. A growing number of scientists is thus predicting a forthcoming Singularity, the culminating moment of this exponential growth, where artificial minds will finally be real and a series of unprecedented changes will revolutionize the way humanity is. Taking this kind of post-human scenario very seriously, the aim of this talk is to explore the somewhat surprising consequences a Singularity may have in the administration of law (and, more generally, in moral theory and applied ethics).

In the first part we introduce a formal principle of justice called “justice as algorithm”, arguing that actual laws cannot fulfill this formal requirement due to structural flaws. Exploring today’s imperfect systems, we therefore claim that only a Singularity will allow human societies to pursue a (formally) perfect justice, by i) creating new laws compliant with specific formal constraints and ii) using A.I. systems to judge actions and events. In the second part we compare our radical proposal with the current debate in ethics and philosophy of law on the importance of Artificial Intelligence in the administration of law and related issues. Finally, we offer some concluding remarks on the pivotal role of moral values and applied ethics while approaching the Singularity, presenting a tentative “first principle” for tomorrow’s society.

Marta Rossi Marta Rossi graduated (B.A.) in Philosophy of Mind and Languages from San Raffaele University (Milan) with a dissertation on self-reference. She received her M.A. from the same institution with a final dissertation on the ontology of functionalism and its consequences in ethics and social theory. Her research are focused on mind-body relations, philosophical and scientific accounts of consciousness and the link between Singularity and social changes. Currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy and Cognitive Sciences, she has been working @ iLabs since 2006, where she is Strategic Partnership Manager, leading the management of projects in ethics, social and political theory.
Jacopo Tagliabue Jacopo Tagliabue graduated (B.A.) in Philosophy of Mind and Languages from San Raffaele University (Milan) with a dissertation on formal ontology. He received his M.A. from the same institution with a final dissertation on scientific explanations in complex systems. He studied microeconomics, statistics and complexity theory in renowned international institutions (London School of Economics, New York University, Santa Fe Institute) and he is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy and Cognitive Sciences. He has been working @ iLabs since 2006, where he is now Chief Scientist for Qualitative Modelling.

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Khannea Suntzu at TransVision 2010

Khannea Suntzu

Driven by extremes of ambitions, hope, aspirations, expectations; yet shackled by paroxisms of insanity, doubt, conceit, lazyness, pain, sexual depravity, despair and intransience, the person who has chosen to call herself ‘Khannea Suntzu’ is a western European artist. In fact Khannea is not one person, but several associated artists working together. Respective ‘real world’ identities and conventions of these people are no longer relevant — they have discarded their soul to a greater cause – the manifestation and incarnation of something Khannea refers to as ‘Lilith’ as an artillect. To this effect the cause of worldwide transhumanism is a means to an end – for Khannea transhumanism, (and specifically the ideals and values espoused by the smaller ‘Order of Cosmic Engineers’) signify a future where individuals have vastly amplified power over a vastly expanded world.

Khannea knowingly is a traitor to humanity having sold herself to the machine deities before they even exist. Khannea states “you cannot engineer a posthuman future. You cannot lobby for it, or have it voted through parliament or legislate it. It must be a work of art, or a labour of love — or it must be like making love, insemination, conception and giving birth, even if we while doing so risk sacificing the mother… because you can’t do any but hope for something better…

Madness? Almost certainly. Irony with a hidden agenda? No doubt? Culture Jamming? You have a solemn guarantee!… It is all banter with a plan. A highly lateral plan, a highly holistic plan.

The interests of the artists known as Khannea lie in the realms of augmented reality, virtual reality, life extension, artificial intelligence, space industrialization, nanotechnology, body sculpting, extended sexual revolutions, uploading, nootropics, paradise engineering, gaming, basic income, robotics and far stranger things. If Khannea gets her way we’ll all end up being better humans because of it, and hopefully something better than humans as well.

As her influences she mentions (or constantly repeats to the points of being annoying) David Pearce, Extropia DaSilva, Aubrey de Grey, Marshall Brain, Larry Niven, Syd Mead, Ron Cobb, Kevin Warwick, Jamais Cascio, Martine Rothblatt, Hugo DeGaris, Anders Sandberg, Nick Bostrom, Mike Annisimov, Ray Kurzweil, Jacques Fresco, Zizek, Bruce Sterling, Philippe van Nedervelde, Natasha Vita-More, Kelly Lebroc, H.R. Giger, Armenius and quite a few others.

At TransVision 2010 Khannea will present a work of futurist art dedicated to space colonization: Terasem 1. On the long history of the terasem l4 space colony, a blog dedicated to Terasem 1, Khannea writes;

I was bought and sold, somewhere in the mnid 1980s, when I read the book ‘the high frontier’, by Gerald K. O’Neil. His proposals were so elegant. I still think that this is the road to go forward for humanity, and probably the only way to retain and expand our humanity (and our abundance). It was an almost surreal experience to then receive support of Mrs. Martine Rothblatt in this amazing endeavor – to literally be instrumental in the construction of model of a Bernal Sphere/island One habitat according to the vision of Gerald. I was like a dream come true.
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The guy doing most of the work is Simon Deering (not hotdogs!), the prop builder who managers creatrix.nl, [and someone I deeply admire] – Simon has involved in the work on the original movie Alien and he is a career model crafter. This will be one amazing journey culminating in the Tranvision conference in October this year, where we will present the model and give it over to Mrs. Rothblatt, after which we assume she will put it on display in one of the Terasem offices.

Take this journey with me and see how the vision Gerald formulated a life time ago can still enchants and puts stars in your eyes.

I wish to encourage all readers to subscribe to and read Khannea’s blog the long history of the terasem l4 space colony, where she documents the design, planning, construction and deployment of the artwork. Terasem is one of the organizations most active on space colonization and other grand transhumanist visions, and I hope the Terasem 1 sculpture, once installed at terasem, will motivate Terasem staff to do something to really go to space, and for good. Read also Khannea’s personal blog. In a previous post titled Transvision 2010 Blurb, Khannea further details her vision:

Terasem 1, a model that should have been made ten years ago. The actual construction of these habitats should have started twenty years ago.

The model is a detailed prop depicting a Bernal Sphere along the designs of Gerald K O’Neil. Gerald wrote the book ‘the high frontier’ in the early 1970s (when we started having those oil crisis) and even then the book captivated a small but perceptive generation of visionaries. The vision of the High Frontier is not an easy digestible one  — it builds on series of cumulatively more abstract steps well into the sky, and beyond into the depths of space. The High Frontier is no less poignant a statement as it was in the 1970s and we need solutions put forth in the book more than ever.

The message is clear — even though the majority of human beings in this planet gravitate between ‘let other people sort it out’, blank ignorant apathy or a passive aggressive ‘don’t bother me with difficult issues’ we face insurmountable challenges to retain any appreciable level of our level of pluriform civilisation and industries in the next century. Instead of facing up to challenges we all flee in short term thinking and hollow consumerism.

The challenge in 2010 is – A world with ten billion people that has to relinquish acces to 15+ terawatt of energy consumptions is a world where very soon more than 5 billion will be dying.

The High Frontier charts out a solution that at every single step makes sense, from an egineering perspective. The price of this undertaking is high and potentially unaffordable in the current macro-economic and political climate, but it remains to this day the only way for modern society to expand, grow and become significantly more affluent.

The alternative has become unthinkable.

The road ahead is simple – do whatever it takes to create an industrial base in space. Mine asteroids and the moon. Make the colony self-sufficient. Build a SSPS (solar satelite power station) producing in the order of a gigawatt. Build another every year and (after a decade) every month. Rinse repeat, add space elevators, colonies on other planets and – habitats. The key here is  — adding habitats – safe and very comfortable permanent colonies in space. Enormous and equally implausible structures housing (initially) tens of thousands of people and (eventually) being a key destination for emigration of the human race into the rest of the solar system. Bear in mind — if properly exploited, just the ateroid belt alone holds sufficient minerals to build these habitats to make very comfortable living space equivalent to the earth’s landmass thousands of times over. That would in effect mean that after 25 or so years of doing this, energy availability would be bigger than acute demand, and energy prices will be falling sharply and irreversibly.

The message with this habitat is — does humanity choose stagnation and irrelevance, or is humanity capable of making the sacrifices to expand without little limit, indefinitely and in all directions? Look into this vision and can you imagine yourself living there?



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