Albert Cortina is the Director of the DTUM Study. He is also a professor and researcher in ethics applied to urban planning and territorial planning at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. As a consultant in environmental intelligence and smart city, he promotes projects that favor an advanced humanism, for a singular future in which emerging technologies are at the service of people and biosphere. He is a promoter of the SMD Project (singular, best and diverse). Also, he is a co-author and coordinator of the following books: ¿Humanos o Posthumanos? Singularidad tecnológica y mejoramiento humano (Fragmenta Editorial, 2015), Humanidad∞. Desafíos éticos de las tecnologías emergentes (EIUNSA, 2016) and Singulares. Ética de las tecnologías emergentes en personas con diversidad funcional (EIUNSA, 2016); and author of the book Humanismo avanzado para una sociedad biotecnológica (Ediciones Teconté, 2017).