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Genesis: Proceedings of the Santa Fe Institute's First InterPlanetary Festival
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An annual free public event, the InterPlanetary Festival combines an exploration of complexity science and technological innovation with a summer festival full of music, film, art, food, drinks, and more.
The Festival is just one aspect of the broader InterPlanetary Project, which is equal parts conference, festival, and research program. The first project of its kind to combine celebration with experimentation, and conversation with analysis, the InterPlanetary Project seeks nothing less than a whole-planet project?beyond borders, beyond politics, beyond economics?to activate the collective intelligence of our first planet: Earth.
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David C. Krakauer is the president and William H. Miller Professor of Complex Systems at the Santa Fe Institute. An evolutionary biologist by training, he served as the founding director of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery and currently co-directs the Collective Computation Group. Caitlin L. McShea is the InterPlanetary Festival Director and Miller Omega Manager of Community Outreach at the Santa Fe Institute. She has a master's degree in liberal arts from St. John's College.
Part I: Genesis
preface: restoring focus at a planetary scale, David C. Krakauer
“Out of this World,” Reprint of Santa Fe Reporter article by Julia Goldberg
introduction: the recurring la choza chat, Caitlin L. McShea
chapter 1. what will it take to become an interplanetary civilization? a roundtable discussion
Part II: Proceedings of Santa Fe Institute’s First InterPlanetary Festival
chapter 2. planetary policy & regulation, Introduction by Jeff Ubois
chapter 3. autonomous ecosystems, Introduction by Jennifer Dunne
chapter 4. time design, Introduction by Van Savage
chapter 5. motion & energy technology, Introduction by Brendan Tracey
chapter 6. living in space, Introduction by Brian Ferguson
chapter 7. the origins of life in space, Introduction by Chris Kempes
chapter 8. intelligent systems, Introduction by David C. Krakauer
chapter 9. social & economic engineering, Introduction by Jessica Flack
chapter 10. visualization & designing the impossible, Introduction by Seamus Blackley
chapter 11. the end of the world, Introduction by Armin Ellis