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January 14, 2014

How close are we to real workable electronic telepathy?

November 14, 2013

Tim replies to critics regarding the size of the device and the goals of the project. Watch the video and let Tim know what you think by responding to the Circadia Survey!

October 21, 2013

"Please note that Circadia is not a medical device, it is strictly for body modification/art purposes."

July 17, 2013

Perhaps the IA path will allow us to have our cake and eat it too.

July 11, 2013

Shifting the concept of value and luxury towards a debate on medical science and body design by starting the production of exquisite powerful objects, loaded with emotion and sensuality, but cut through with social comment, generating a discussion on the new direction of social rituals, the relationship between design and science, and the problems that arise when aesthetics meets ethics.

June 24, 2013

Grinder Rich Lee discusses his latest in process body hack experiment: a hidden subdermal hearing system.

March 5, 2013

Ang's research focuses on embedded devices such as routers, printers and VOIP phones. And he is the inventor of a novel, host-based defense mechanism known as Symbiotes. Symbiotes are software defenses "designed specifically to retrofit black-box, vulnerable, legacy embedded systems withsophisticated anti-exploitation mechanisms". Ang's work with symbiotes might very well be the first line of defense for your future cybernetically enhanced mind.

February 23, 2013

With each passing year, the ability to alter our minds and bodies through technology grows. Advances in biotechnology, neuroengineering, robotics and myriad other fields are steadily changing the human condition. Many of these changes will be for the better, but there will be a downside too. In the course of augmenting our physical and mental abilities, we're also introducing new vulnerabilities, opening ourselves up to invasive attacks that could threaten our finances, our identities, even our lives. In short, we're quickly approaching a time when we'll have to protect against the hacking of Human 2.0.

January 30, 2013

New normal: cyborg Eric Selby can see.

December 13, 2012

Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine are testing the first "brain pacemaker", a device which provides for deep brain stimulation, for Alzheimer's patients.

Ben Goertzel and Hugo de Garis
January 18th, 2011

Ben Goertzel converses with Hugo de Garis on his transhumanist argument for the reality of a Creator.

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