Canadian futurist and ethicist, George Dvorsky has written and spoken extensively about the impacts of cutting-edge science and technology—particularly as they pertain to the improvement of human performance and experience. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies and is the program director for their Rights of Non-Human Persons program. He is the co-founder and president of the Toronto Transhumanist Association and served on the Board of Directors for Humanity+ from 2004-06 and 2008-10.
George has been interviewed by such publications as The Guardian, the BBC, Radio Free Europe, and Beliefnet. He made an appearance on the CBC’s The Hour and has been profiled in NOW and This Magazine. He has also written for such publications as The Humanist, Canadian Freethinker, Cryonics Magazine and various Thomson & Gale university texts. In addition to this, George is an avid CrossFitter and an accomplished music performer, composer, and recording engineer.
He blogs at Sentient Developments.