Seasteading and Singularity
By Arnold Kling
The Seasteading Conference is Sept. 28-30, in San Francisco. The Singularity Summit is October 3-4, in New York. I won’t be at either, but Robin Hanson appears to be on the bill for the singularity summit.
Both of these conferences are relevant to issues that I blog about. Seasteading relates to competitive government. The singularity is a scenario under which government debt is not a problem.
Attending either conference is a signal that you are highly open and have high g. You probably are high in conscientiousness and low on neuroticism. It is likely that you are high on extroversion, but low on agreeableness, so that many people think of you as introverted.