Transhumanism - Science topic
Transhumanism, abbreviated as H+ or h+, is an international intellectual and cultural movement that affirms the possibility and desirability of fundamentally transforming the human condition by developing and making widely available technologies to eliminate aging and to greatly enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capacities and develop posthuman possibilities.
Questions related to Transhumanism
Title: The Religion-type of the future vs. the human evolution via science, technology, informatics, AI-Algorithm.
according to (possible) technological and informatics evolution of Homo sapiens from 2000 to 2100,
what Religion-type show the best resistance-resilience??
What will be the main Religion-type in the future??
--Multiple and diverse GOD.
--Absence of Transcendence.
In this link (chapter pag.40) there is a quasi-fantasy scenario ...
Book VanGELO Assoluto.
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Draft chapters of my new book on The Psychology of Artificial Superintelligence (Springer/Nature 2020) are now available. This includes chapters on
Explanation (XAI, rule-extraction)
I welcome feedback on these chapters. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
At the Kazan Federal University (Russian Federation), I help organize the VII conference of the Sadykov reading."Society 5.0: The Paradoxes of the Digital Future". But I do not know how to find new contacts who may be interested to participate in.
Conference working languages: Russian, English, Chinese.
- Digital Paradise or "hello" from Big Brother?
- Homo Digitalis: Hopes, Risks, Prospects.
- Transformation of Knowledge and Education in a Digital Society
- Ontology of Virtual and Augmented Reality.
- Digital Humanity as a New Interdisciplinary Paradigm.
- Is Society 5.0. a step Towards Transhumanism?
- The fourth industrial revolution and digital capitalism.
I found only these: "A Spherical Camera Sensor
A stretchable circuit allows researchers to make simple, high-quality camera sensors." http://www.technologyreview.com/news/410562/a-spherical-camera-sensor/
"The Boston Retinal Implant Project": http://www.bostonretinalimplant.org/
"Stretchable silicon nanoribbon electronics for skin prosthesis" Jaemin Kim et al.
Nature Communications 5, Article number: 5747 doi:10.1038/ncomms6747
I am working on a paper about transhumanism, and specifically the point at which we would say a person is "no longer human" and has become "posthuman". I'm interested in hearing people's thoughts on exactly how much change would qualify someone as posthuman, and any references to literature already existing on the subject would be much appreciated.
I have seen one writer suggest that a posthuman state is achieved when the genetics of the individual no longer match human genetics, but I don't think that accounts for posthumanization from cybernetics, and other technological enhancements. I saw someone else suggest that posthumanism occurs when reproductive abilities become impossible, specifically breeding with normal humans, but I think there are already plenty of people with reproduction problems and while this is one of the better suggestions it is still fairly weak.
Let me know what you think! What is that line in between pacemakers and robot bodies where we have changed ourselves enough to be considered posthuman?