Gray Scott is a futurist, techno-philosopher, speaker, writer and artist. He is the founder and CEO of SeriousWonder.com and a professional member of The World Future Society.
Gray Scott has been quoted and interviewed by the Discovery Channel, New York Post, Psychology Today, The Star, FOX5 News NY, San Francisco Magazine, The Futurist Magazine , H+ Magazine, IEET, Brighter Brains, London Futurists, OracleTalk and SingularityHub. Gray is a frequent keynote speaker and has spoken at LucidNYC, Connector Con NYC, Transhuman Visions Conference, and The Longevity Conference held recently in Washington DC. Gray lives in NY and is currently working on his first book about the future of technology.
“Technology will mirror the culture and the psychology creating it. We need new psychological scaffolding to work with. Less fear and more optimism.” – Gray Scott - PSYCHOLOGY TODAY
“We’ve got Google Glass and headsets now, and in just a few years you could go through a day seeing as much digital information around you as you do material reality. Can technology drive some people to insanity? It already does. Psychedelics are the closest thing to an immersive digital world.” – Gray Scott - SAN FRANCISCO MAGAZINE
“The real question is, when will we draft an artificial intelligence bill of rights? What will that consist of? And who will get to decide that? Who gets to decide the robotic bill of rights? It’s going to be controversial.”
- Gray Scott - THE STAR
In some ways, we are closer than anyone can imagine to a new relationship between technology and our minds. It is inevitable: Humans and machines are merging. Neurotechnology is just one more step in humanity’s digital neuronal evolution into the neuronalverse.” – Gray Scott -
“This is the year of the wrist revolution. In five years, it will be the bodysuit revolution, and the suit will track everything and be the main computer.” – Gray Scott – NEW YORK POST
“For the very first time, human beings are being offered a new way of existing on this planet. Advancements in AI and robotics may allow us to automate everything. Robots will harvest, cook and serve our food. They will work in our factories, drive our cars and walk our dogs. Like it or not, the age of work is coming to an end. IEET
“There’s no longer this big divide between medicine and technology,” says Gray Scott, a futurist and co-executive producer of upcoming documentary The Future of Work and Death. “We are increasingly becoming cyborg-like beings. We are becoming literally what we create. Biology, physics, and technology are evolving towards one-and-the-same-thing.” – SINGULARITY HUB