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IEET > Contributors > Valkyrie Ice McGill

Valkyrie Ice McGill

Valkyrie Ice, transgendered tranhumanist and future succubus, has been writing about and observing the accelerating curve of technological advancement for over 25 years. With a willingness to look outside of the “mainstream” and consider social trends and developments many consider fringe, she strives to bring a wider outlook to her writings, and show that the future will likely be better than you think.



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"The Individual and the Collective, Part Two"   Ethical Technology  Jun 19, 2014

"The Individual and The Collective"     Jun 10, 2014

"Google Is Not Your Enemy. (But it’s not your friend either)"   mcgill20140513  May 13, 2014

"A Problem of Concepts (Part 2 of 2)"   Ethical Technology  May 8, 2014

"A Problem of Concepts (Part 1 of 2)"   Ethical Technology  May 7, 2014

"Virtual Assistants"   Ethical Technology  Mar 23, 2013

"#13: The Radicalness Of 3D Printing"   Acceler8or.com  Dec 19, 2012

"The RTU (Remote Telepresence Unit) Is Born"   Acceler8or.com  Oct 24, 2012

"There Are Big Differences Between 3d Printing & VR"   Acceler8or.com  Oct 14, 2012

"Future of Work: Custom Printed Bodies and the End of the 9-to-5 Job"   Hplusmagazine  Oct 10, 2012

"The Radicalness Of 3D Printing"   Acceler8or.com  Oct 7, 2012

"Privacy and Secrecy are Not The Same Thing - My Refutation of Cryptography"   Ethical Technology  Aug 22, 2012

"The Not-So-Fine Line Between Privacy and Secrecy"   Acceler8or.com  Jun 30, 2012

"How Transparency Will End Tyranny"   Acceler8or  Jun 24, 2012

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