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Hank Pellissier
#12 Andrej Pejic - Androgynous Model - heralding a post-gender future? by Hank Pellissier

Gazing at the ravishing photos of Andrej Pejic, I’m stirred with envious confusion. Why does this tall skinny XY like me get to be so much prettier? Does his effeminate success - inflaming catwalks in both men and women’s high fashion - predict a fusion of two polarized genders, or a third construct? What does the androgynous Bosnian represent in post-genderism?

Vision > Virtuality > Bioculture > HealthLongevity > Technoprogressivism > Innovation
Studying Brain-to-Computer Interfaces Only on Humans: with great results! Albany Medical Center

Brain to computer interfaces that can actually tell you what people are thinking. The brain detail is said to be “amazing” today and is rapidly growing to understand how the brain functions. They can now tell from brain signals if one moves a hand to the left or to right, etc. The team says they have no clue how far this technology will go, only the future will tell.

Instead of experimenting on animals this team is working purely on understanding the human brain through the use of studying only on humans.<...

Vision > Contributors > HealthLongevity > Enablement > Dick Pelletier > Technoprogressivism > Innovation
Dick Pelletier
Will the elderly be taken care of by robots? by Dick Pelletier

As we go forward into what promises to be an amazing “magical future,” robots will boost economies around the world, while raising living standards for the elderly.

Vision > Contributors > Valkyrie Ice McGill > HealthLongevity > Technoprogressivism > Innovation
Valkyrie McGill
#13: The Radicalness Of 3D Printing by Valkyrie McGill

Way back in February of 2011, I wrote an extensive article for H+ on 3D printing and how it would allow a transition between an economy based on material “value” and scarcity to one based on nonmaterial “value” and abundance.

Fellows > Ramez Naam > Fiction
Ramez Naam
Nexus: Chapter 1 - The Don Juan Protocol (pages 1-8) by Ramez Naam

First nine pages of chapter 1 of the riveting science fiction book Nexus by Ramez Naam brought to you by the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. Check back here tomorrow for another nine pages of this fascinating book!

Rights > HealthLongevity > Vision > Contributors > Federico Pistono
Robots Will Steal Your Job, but That’s OK TEDxVienna

“The theme of TEDxVienna 2012 was “Instanity”. Derived from the words ‘instant’ and ‘insanity’, it symbolises the spirit of our technologically minted times: everything now. Technological development has become instant, but could that drive us insane?” - Pistono

Rights > HealthLongevity > Vision > Affiliate Scholar > Ilia Stambler > FreeThought > Enablement > Innovation
Ilia Stambler
The Brussels Summit of Longevity Activists by Ilia Stambler

The recent Eurosymposium on Healthy Aging – that was organized on December 12-14 in Brussels by HEALES, the European Healthy Life Extension Society – was a smashing success!

Vision > Fiction
Some very funny sci-fi pranks and gags done on people Just For Laughs Gags

The truth is out there! These pranks are out of this world! All the sci-fi you can shake a stick at, and then some. Beam me up because these might just be the droids you’re looking for! This video will self-destruct in 10, 9, 8, 7, 6…

- NASA Satellite Falls On Car - JFL Hidden Camera Gags: Flying Saucer - Crashed UFO Prank - Alien Autopsy Prank - Sputnik Crashed!

A presentation of JustForLaughsTV, the official Just For Laughs Gags YouTube channel. Home of the funniest, greatest, most amazing, most hilarious, win f...

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Arthur Caplan
Treat violence as public health issue by Arthur Caplan

The mass murder of 20 children and six adults Friday in Newtown, Conn., has provoked yet another round of recrimination, finger pointing and breast-beating. Was the shooter mentally deranged? If there was more gun control, would this have happened? Did violent video games play any role? What we fervently want as we continue to reel from a story whose misery seems to know no bounds is to find a clear cause - a reason why this happened - so that we can fix it.

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Katherine McCarthy
Nexus by Ramez Naam, Reviewed by IEET’s Katherine McCarthy by Katherine McCarthy

If it isn’t the cinematic handling of some very futuristic images or the curious immersion of cybernetic pondering into the narrative flow; Ramez Naam’s Nexus will impress a reader with one very unusual device: it is the unadulterated humanity with its entire heritage that is the most alien and unfamiliar of this world.