Corporadelic

Cor-por-ra-del-ic (adj): manifesting corporate structures, ethos, or logic within the context of the psychedelic landscape.

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Relevant Reads

A Statement on Open Science and Open Praxis with Psilocybin, MDMA, and Similar Substances

Council on Spiritual Practices | The undersigned individuals and organizations work to advance the understanding and beneficial uses of substances called (among many names) psychedelics, hallucinogens, or entheogens.

#open-science

A millionaire couple is threatening to create a magic mushroom monopolyHow ICE picks its Targets in the Surveillance Age

Quartz | They’ve made headway thanks to tens of millions in dollars from investors including Silicon Valley libertarian Peter Thiel and former Wall Street-executive-turned-cryptocurrency-investor Mike Novogratz, along with the expertise and guidance of many long-standing psilocybin researchers.

#compass-pathways #peter-thiel #christian-angermayer

A Peter Thiel-backed startup has raised $25 million to unleash a 'virgin market of for-profit psychedelic research'

Business Insider | German entrepreneur and Compass investor Christian Angermayer launched a new Thiel-backed startup, Atai Life Sciences, focused exclusively on studying and producing psychedelic drugs for mental illness. In addition to its work on drugs for mental health, Atai will also study treatments designed to fight aging and extend life, Angermayer said. To do so, the company is partnering with German-based Innoplexus, which uses AI to develop drugs.

#compass-pathways #atai-life-science #peter-thiel #christian-angermayer

How ICE picks its Targets in the Surveillance Age

New York Times | After two officers came to a Pacific Northwest community, longtime residents began to disappear — a testament to the agency’s quiet embrace of big data.

#palantir #surveillance-capitalism #peter-thiel

Palantir's tech was used by ICE in the controversial arrests of 680 people at a Mississippi chicken farm according to an immigrants' rights group How ICE picks its Targets in the Surveillance Age

Business Insider | Immigrant rights group Mijente has led the charge to stop Palantir, a $20 billion Silicon Valley tech firm, from selling its software to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

#palantir #surveillance-capitalism #peter-thiel


Relevant Reads

A Statement on Open Science and Open Praxis with Psilocybin, MDMA, and Similar Substances

Council on Spiritual Practices | The undersigned individuals and organizations work to advance the understanding and beneficial uses of substances called (among many names) psychedelics, hallucinogens, or entheogens.

#open-science

A millionaire couple is threatening to create a magic mushroom monopolyHow ICE picks its Targets in the Surveillance Age

Quartz | They’ve made headway thanks to tens of millions in dollars from investors including Silicon Valley libertarian Peter Thiel and former Wall Street-executive-turned-cryptocurrency-investor Mike Novogratz, along with the expertise and guidance of many long-standing psilocybin researchers.

#compass-pathways #peter-thiel #christian-angermayer

A Peter Thiel-backed startup has raised $25 million to unleash a 'virgin market of for-profit psychedelic research'

Business Insider | German entrepreneur and Compass investor Christian Angermayer launched a new Thiel-backed startup, Atai Life Sciences, focused exclusively on studying and producing psychedelic drugs for mental illness. In addition to its work on drugs for mental health, Atai will also study treatments designed to fight aging and extend life, Angermayer said. To do so, the company is partnering with German-based Innoplexus, which uses AI to develop drugs.

#compass-pathways #atai-life-science #peter-thiel #christian-angermayer

How ICE picks its Targets in the Surveillance Age

New York Times | After two officers came to a Pacific Northwest community, longtime residents began to disappear — a testament to the agency’s quiet embrace of big data.

#palantir #surveillance-capitalism #peter-thiel

Palantir's tech was used by ICE in the controversial arrests of 680 people at a Mississippi chicken farm according to an immigrants' rights group How ICE picks its Targets in the Surveillance Age

Business Insider | Immigrant rights group Mijente has led the charge to stop Palantir, a $20 billion Silicon Valley tech firm, from selling its software to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

#palantir #surveillance-capitalism #peter-thiel