This is the first part in a series analyzing the feasibility of biochemical and genetic augmentation of the human body using established precedents in Ethics and scientific conduct while investigating emergent theories in bioengineering.
Author: Gennady Stolyarov II In what is perhaps the most absurd attack on transhumanism to date, Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com equates this broad philosophy and movement with “the entire idea that you can ‘upload your […]
My interview with Anders Sandberg, a prominent transhumanist thinker and research fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University. We discuss how the transhumanist movement has changed, how it should engage in politics, […]
Author : Armand Vespertine An article by Rebecca Roache has gained some notoriety among futurist circles recently. In this article Roache speculates on how anticipated technologies like life extension, mind uploading and Human modification might be […]