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Francaise > SciencePolicy > Innovation > Implants > Rights > Contributors > Alexandre Maurer > Disability > Enablement
Alexandre Maurer
Prothèses et augmentations corporelles by Alexandre Maurer

Dans quelle mesure les prothèses peuvent-elles nous augmenter ?

Cet article fait partie d’un projet de livre sur le transhumanisme. Pour en savoir plus, cliquez ici.

Published on 27 November 2016 on Technoprog

SciencePolicy > Implants > Rights > GlobalDemocracySecurity > Affiliate Scholar > B. J. Murphy > Military > Disability > Enablement
B. J. Murphy
DARPA hands off LUKE Arm to Military Medical Center by B. J. Murphy

It’s that time of the month where we all come together and exchange gifts. Keeping this in mind, DARPA showed some holiday spirit when it provided Walter Reed National Military Medical Center the greatest gift the 21st century can offer: LUKE – the most revolutionary bionic arm available to date!

SciencePolicy > Innovation > Brain–computer-interface > Implants > Directors > George Dvorsky
George Dvorsky
How We Might One Day Communicate With Liquids by George Dvorsky

A new machine designed at Stanford University sends digital messages without electronics, using common household chemicals. Eventually, similar systems could allow tiny devices to communicate inside the body, or be adapted to environments in which traditional electronics break down.

SciencePolicy > Brain–computer-interface > Implants > Directors > George Dvorsky
George Dvorsky
Brain Implant Allows Paralyzed Woman to Spell Out Messages With Her Mind by George Dvorsky

Researchers in the Netherlands have successfully tested a brain implant that allows a patient with late-stage Lou Gehrig’s disease to spell messages at the rate of two letters per minute.

Vision > Directors > George Dvorsky > HealthLongevity > Futurism > Technoprogressivism > Innovation > Implants
George Dvorsky
Brain Implant Allows Paralyzed Man to Feel Objects With a Prosthetic Limb by George Dvorsky

Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC have developed a system that’s enabling a man with quadriplegia to experience the sensation of touch through a robotic arm that he controls with his brain.

Directors > George Dvorsky > HealthLongevity > Innovation > Implants
George Dvorsky
Why the Human Lifespan Ends at 122 by George Dvorsky

The oldest human to have ever lived died at the age of 122—and that was nearly 20 years ago. A recent analysis of global demographic data suggests this may very well be the maximum age attainable by humans, and that it’s extremely unlikely anyone will ever live much beyond this advanced age. That is, unless we science the shit out of this problem.

Directors > George Dvorsky > HealthLongevity > Innovation > Implants
George Dvorsky
FDA Approves World’s First Automated Insulin Pump for Diabetics by George Dvorsky

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved Medtronic’s MiniMed 670G, a medical device that monitors a diabetic’s sugar levels, and then automatically injects the required dose of insulin.

Francaise > Vision > Advisory Board > Marc Roux > HealthLongevity > Futurism > Technoprogressivism > Innovation > Implants
Marc Roux
Les membres bioniques seront-ils un jour à la mode ? by Marc Roux

7ème article de la Chronique de l’AFT Technoprog! sur Silicon Maniacs

À l’heure où des vétérans américains choisissent de remplacer leurs jambes affaiblies par des prothèses de plus en plus avancées et où on peut lire l’histoire d’un jeune autrichien qui décide de faire de même avec sa main paralysée suite à un accident de moto, la question de savoir si un jour nous verrons de plus en plus d’individus choisir d’aller remplacer leurs membres comme s’ils allaient se faire tatouer ou percer reste provocatr...

Rights > HealthLongevity > Personhood > Vision > Advisory Board > David Orban > FreeThought > Sociology > Philosophy > Psychology > Futurism > Technoprogressivism > Innovation > Neuroscience > Implants
David Orban
“We’ll Live Forever and We’ll Become Cyborgs” by David Orban

I’ve been interviewed in Panorama, an Italian weekly magazine. (Thanks to Dotwords for the English translation, which I slightly edited.)

Originally published on DavidOrban.com on April 24 2016

Rights > HealthLongevity > CognitiveLiberty > Vision > Advisory Board > Daniel Faggella > Enablement > Sociology > Neuroscience > Brain–computer-interface > Implants
Daniel Faggella
When “Upgrading” Your Brain is Possible, Would it Be Too Good to Refuse? by Daniel Faggella

Controlling your feelings, adding or removing memories at will, and controlling our devices telepathically… is this purely the world of science fiction? Evidently not.