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October 16, 2009

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Surfdaddy Orca
October 16, 2009

What happens when a man is merged with a computer or a robot? This is the question that Professor Kevin Warwick and his team at the department of Cybernetics, University of Reading in the UK have been trying to answer for a number of years.

Surfdaddy Orca
October 13, 2009

Walking into MIT’s Media Lab is like walking into a digital candy store. On the third floor, you're greeted by an HD display with “Emotional Weather” (data mined from Twitter using an intelligent agent that shows you the emotional content of tweets on any given topic).

Terry Grossman, M.D.
October 12, 2009

I just got back from a short trip to Mexico where I went for the express purpose of having a few grams of placental tissue transplanted beneath the skin of my lower abdomen.

R.U. Sirius
October 12, 2009

h+ magazine is now in print and on newsstands. Oh yes, we've told you that already but I guess I haven't blogged it yet. So there.

And now, h+ magazine gets a nice bump from Jason Silva and his pal Max Lugavere on their fab Current TV show, Max and Jason: Still Up this Wednesday.

An h+ Poll
October 9, 2009

We asked several leading thinkers in the radical tech community the following question: Is there sex in the posthuman or singularitarian future? We invited them to pontificate in 400 words or less. These are the results.

Kristi Scott
October 8, 2009

Ok, we know you've started your countdown to the upcoming James Cameron film, AVATAR. But just in case you haven’t heard, AVATAR is James Cameron's larger-tha-life 3D film set to be released this December.

Ben Goertzel
October 7, 2009

I just returned home from the 2009 Singularity Summit in New York, which was an extremely successful one: nearly 800 attendees, a diverse speaker list, and an overwhelming amount of interesting discussion.

James Kent
October 7, 2009

Modern cosmetic pharmacology focuses so heavily on eliminating depression that it entirely misses one essential point: depressed people are suffering from a lack of fun.

Surfdaddy Orca
October 6, 2009

Cancer is the number two cause of death in the United States, killing over 550,000 people annually according to the American Cancer Society’s 2009 Cancer Statistics report.

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