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Jason Silva, dubbed a “Performance Philosopher” by the TED Conference, is a media artist and filmmaker whose work centers on the connection between the human condition and technology.
Silva, a graduate of the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, has produced and directed a slew of short documentary films, including The Immortalists, which profiles scientists and philosophers like Ray Kurzweil, and “Radical Openness,” which premiered at TEDGlobal 2012.
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