Julia Mossbridge (USA)

Neuroscientist, co-founder of The Institute for Love and Time


Julia is after a deep understanding of love, time, and how these two human experiences relate to corresponding physical forces.



Dr. Mossbridge is an affiliate professor in the Dept. of Biophysics and Physics at University of San Diego, a fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, the co-founder of TILT: The Institute for Love and Time, the founder of Mossbridge Institute and an author and co-author of multiple books and scientific articles related to time travel, artificial intelligence and unconditional love. Her PhD is in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northwestern University, her MA is in Neuroscience at UC San Francisco, and she was awarded her BA in Neuroscience with highest honours at Oberlin College.

Transcendent Mind

Luxor stage
20. 7. 2023 14:00 - 15:00


Young neuroscience and artificial intelligence scientists are beginning to come to similar conclusions about the nature of mind — that it originates from a fundamental informational substrate that is not subject to "local constraints" (as physicists call them) — like place and time. In other words, it's starting to look like our brains are more like cell phones or wireless routers than they are like corded phones or computers tethered by cables. What evidence supports this thinking, and what are the implications (if correct) of this revolution in our understanding of mind?

A view for 2053: human potential

Gamechangers stage
22. 7. 2023 18:15 - 19:15


As AI progresses rapidly and superintelligence is in some ways already here, what will human potential look like 30 years from now? Asked retrospectively from the future, what did we do way back in 2023 that set the course for a positive roadmap for humanity? How did we deal with the revolutionary interplay between transformational technology and the human spirit that ended up bringing an unprecedented era of thriving?