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Ray Kurzweil falls to Earth

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The protean inventor-thinker-philosopher is touching down at the 92nd Steet Y in New York City on March 23 at 8 p.m.

He’s a speaker in Wired magazine’s sponsored lecture series.

The title of his session is “Ray Kurzweil on Technology in the 21st Century.”

His latest book is “Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever.”

Kurzweil believes that today’s technology is sufficiently mature that, combined with advances in years to come, a person under 60 can reasonably expect to be immortal.

Kurzweil has no doubt that this is the case for himself.

Perhaps you should take an hour or two away from your furious drive for success to see what this singular man, poised at what he believes to be the brink of “The Singularity,” has to say.

Tickets are $25, and I guarantee this event will be sold out/SRO.

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