Sapiens Plurum (“wisdom of many”) was named to reflect humankind’s evolving connected intelligence. Our mission is to inspire us — the first species that can intentionally impact its own evolution — to aspire beyond what was humanly possible. The rising generation, the Sapiens Plurum generation, will have the power of gods of ancient myth: to heal, to transform, to battle and to better the future of humankind, to overcome problems that have plagued civilization for millennia: thirst, hunger, disease, pollution, brutality, tyranny and environmental degradation.
Ariel Conn is a nonprofit consultant, with a special focus on nonprofits that deal with artificial intelligence, autonomous weapons, climate change, nuclear weapons, and catastrophic threats to humanity. In her free time in CO, she reads and writes fiction for fun.
Judy Goldsmith is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Kentucky, and publishes regularly on artificial intelligence, irregularly on computer ethics, and occasionally writes fiction.
Iyabo Obasanjo is a Veterinarian and Professor of Public Health at Willam and Mary and is interested in how to restore balance to earth to produce more health for all species on it.
Founder Jeanne Dietsch is a 3x entrepreneur, specializing in education and intelligent robots. She currently works as a change agent. She also served in the NH senate.
Elizabeth Mattei is a freelance nature photographer and science fiction enthusiast in New Orleans. She is interested in environmental and conservation issues.
Alex has been writing production-ready software for more than twenty years. He has a Masters in Computer Science and has worked in many technical roles across several industries.
Susan Gardner is a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kentucky with a keen interest in science and speculative fiction and a belief in science as an agent for positive change.