“Our research suggests that it might be possible to work with these genes to modify intelligence, but that is only a theoretical possibility at the moment – we have just taken a first step along that road.” “Traits such as intelligence are governed by large groups of genes working together – like a football team… Continue reading Brain Networks linked to human intelligence
transhumanism (abbreviated as H+ or h+) is an international cultural and intellectual movement with an eventual goal of fundamentally transforming the human condition by developing and making widely available technologies to greatly enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capacities (Wikipedia). This topic, about transhumanism, is broad. I will discuss a small part of this topic, that is: “Can we make use of transhumanism in a way such that… Continue reading Revisited: Transhumanism against violence
So. What’s life like for a Korean student? In one of the most competitive societies in the world, how does one find their place? What does it take to achieve your aspirations and goals? Our documentary will take a look at the lives of five Korean teenagers on the verge of either reaching- or losing- their dreams.
But what would happen if we were to consider tomorrow-day technology?
To answer the question that we closed the first part with, I will take a look at three possibilities, i.e. three different technologies.
1) Anti-Ageing Drug
2) Nano Bots
3) Becoming Cyborgs
Workers within the medical field have it very hard when it comes to implementing new technologies. Lisa Sanders explains in her book, “Every patient tells a story ,” what impact trying to implement diagnosis systems into hospitals could have on the doctors and nurses. 1. Firstly, if we were to think in terms of current technology, doctors, nurses or… Continue reading Technology in medicine F.T.W. – Part One