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Ramez Naam: Future of the Human Race



Ramez Naam

Dose Nation

Posted: Feb 24, 2013


DoseNation 09: Ramez Naam

Ramez Naam, author of "More Than Human" and "Nexus", joins us for a discussion about brain computer interfaces, neural prosthesis, brain hacking, transhumanism, nanotechnology, wireless brain-to-brain communication, the technology behind "Nexus", and the future of the human race.

Be sure to check out More Than Human: Embracing the Promise of Biological Enhancement and Nexus on Amazon.com.

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