Nicanor Perlas, an expert on the challenges and benefits of Artificial Intelligence and author of Humanity’s Last Stand, is on a North American lecture and workshop tour. He will be at Hawthorne Valley on June 21 & 22 for a lecture and workshop and will also visit these locations:

Tuesday, June 4
Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, California
Evening Lecture, 7:30pm
Theme: Humanity’s Last Stand
Organizer: Santa Cruz Anthroposophical Branch
Contact: John Baring

Thursday, June 6
UC Santa Cruz, Kresge College Seminar Room
Evening Lecture, 7pm
Theme: Humanizing Artificial Intelligence; Using
Cultural Power, Governance & Business to Address the
Challenges of Our Times
Organizer: Right Livelihood College, University of
California, Santa Cruz
Contact: David Shaw

Saturday, June 8
Seattle, Washington
Evening Lecture
Theme: Post-Materialist Science: Its Role in
Defending, Upgrading, and Nurturing Humanity in the
Turbulent Era of Artificial Intelligence
Organizer: Center for Anthroposophical
Endeavors, Mystech, and the Seattle Branch of the
Anthroposophical Society in America
Contact: Frank Dauenhauer

Sunday, June 9
Seattle, Washington
Workshop with Dr. Gopi Krishna, whole day
Theme: Post-Materialist Science: Its Role in
Defending, Upgrading, and Nurturing Humanity in the
Turbulent Era of Artificial Intelligence
Organizer: Center for Anthroposophical
Endeavors, Mystech, and the Seattle Branch of the
Anthroposophical Society in America
Contact: Frank Dauenhauer

Friday, June 14
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Evening Lecture, 7:30pm
Theme: Humanity’s Last Stand
Organizer: Great Lakes Branch, Anthroposophical
Society in America
Contact: Ted Roszell

Saturday, June 15
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Workshop, Whole Day
Theme: Humanity’s Last Stand
Organizer: Great Lakes Branch, Anthroposophical
Society in America
Contact: Ted Roszell

Tuesday, June 18
Boston, Massachusetts
Evening Lecture
Theme: Humanity’s Last Stand
Organizer: Anthroposophical Society in Greater Boston
Contact: Andrew Linnell

Friday, June 21
Harlemville, New York
Evening Lecture, 7pm
Theme: The Emerging Spirit-Oriented Scientific
Revolution
Organizer: Hawthorne Valley Center for Social Research
Contact: Gary Lamb

Saturday, June 22
Harlemville, New York
Morning Workshop, 8:45am to 12:30pm
Theme: Humanity’s Last Stand: The Challenge of
Artificial Intelligence. A Spiritual-Scientific Response.
Organizer: Hawthorne Valley Center for Social Research
Contact: Gary Lamb

Saturday, June 22
Threefold Auditorium, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd.,
Chestnut Ridge, NY
Evening Lecture, 7.30pm
Theme: Upgrading Humanity: Defending and
Nurturing the Truly Human in the Age of Artificial
Intelligence. Can We Make It?
Organizer: Threefold Educational Center
Contact: Thomas O Keefe
Registration

Sunday, June 23
Threefold Auditorium, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd.,
Chestnut Ridge, NY
Workshop, 9am – 3:30pm
Theme: Upgrading Humanity: Defending and
Nurturing the Truly Human in the Age of Artificial
Intelligence. Can We Make It?
Organizer: Threefold Education Center
Contact: Thomas O Keefe
Registration

Wednesday, June 26
Thornville, Toronto, Canada
Evening Lecture
Theme: Artificial Intelligence and the Challenge to
Human Survival
Organizer: The Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto, the
Thornhill Group of the Anthroposophical Society in
Canada and the Money for a Better World Group
Contact: Richard Chomko

Thursday, June 27
Thornville, Toronto, Canada
Evening Lecture
Theme: Societal Threefolding in the Era of Artificial
Intelligence
Organizer: The Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto, the
Thornhill Group of the Anthroposophical Society in
Canada and the Money for a Better World Group
Contact: Richard Chomko

Saturday, June 29
Vancouver, Canada
Evening Lecture
Theme: Being Human in the Age of Artificial
Intelligence
Organizer: Anthroposophical Society in Canada
Contact: Anthony Perzel, ajperzel@protonmail.com

Sunday, June 30
Vancouver, Canada
Workshop, whole day
Theme: Humanity’s Last Stand
Organizer: Anthroposophical Society in Canada
Contact: Anthony Perzel

Monday to Friday, July 8-12
UC Santa Cruz, Kresge College Seminar Room
One-Week Course
Theme: Humanizing Artificial Intelligence; Using
Cultural Power, Governance & Business to Address the
Challenges of Our Times
Organizer: Right Livelihood College, Right Livelihood
Summer Institute, Santa Cruz Institute for Social
Transformation, University of California, Santa Cruz
Contact: David Shaw

Tuesday, July 16
Sebastopol, California
Evening Lecture
Theme: Humanity’s Last Stand
Organizer: Language of the Heart Branch,
Anthroposophical Society in America
Contact: Ed Castellini