Advances in technology are rapidly improving the range of available biotechnological tools and applications. Interfacial opportunities, such as those combining biomedical improvements with aspects of engineering, computing and innovative biomaterials are at the forefront of these enhancements.
Are these wearables making any difference? Are they actually making us healthier?
DARPA, the Defense Research Projects Agency, is best known for its role as progenitor of the Internet. Now they want to revolutionize biotechnology.
DARPA’s BCI programs span four major challenges: detect, emulate, restore, & improve.
Reality just became “mixed” , a little bit more strange, and possibly a whole lot more interesting.
Some quick hits from CES 2015 that may be of interest to h+ Magazine readers and transhumanists.
The wearable revolution has just started and will see a huge number of home-diagnostic and monitoring devices coming to the market in the coming months and years, but being healthy starts with simple things. I have logged details about my...
For the past two winters, CDM has joined with Berlin’s CTM Festival to invite musical participants to grow beyond themselves.
Animals have been fitted with wearable technology for decades.
A quick little short video that I recently found. This video explains a bit about transhumanism and the nature of personhood, and it’s short and a good introduction for an impatient friend.