American Association of Suicidology Urges Congress to Fund Crisis Services at Scale Contact: Chris Maxwell, Communications Coordinator Washington, D.C. (August 15, 2019) – The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) applauds
“Some will say that Netflix’s actions are too little too late. I believe that it is never too late to do the right thing in suicide prevention.”
We’re excited to welcome everyone to Denver, CO for our 52nd Annual Conference and the 31st Healing After Suicide Loss Conference. We hope you enjoy your time and look forward
Beau, Chris, and special guest Bart Andrews, PhD, address what suicide might look like in the near (and distant) future under the prospect of different types of financial structures. Will
Join Beau and Chris this week on the Transcendent Podcast as they discuss what suicide prevention might look like both during and post-apocalypse. And don’t worry, we’re sparing you (mostly)
This week Beau and Chris discuss what suicide prevention might look like on Mars, in a large space colony, or any of the steps in between. Who’s responsible for the
Beau and Chris discuss the implications of transhumanism (transferring human consciousness from one form to another) and suicide. Does a suicide of a copy of oneself classify as a suicide?
Join Beau and Chris as they dive into the tough questions surrounding the capacity of an artificial intelligence to have thoughts of suicide or act on those thoughts. Can we