Human minds as they currently exist are not capable of effecting our most desirable present and future.
We can either fade into an evolutionary tree branch or we can figure out what a successful merge looks like.
It doesn’t matter how many superpeople there are. A world with any superpeople in it is a better world. But is this the future?
The 21st century and beyond promises an array of novel methods for enhancing human cognition.
It is important that we continue to push the boundaries of modern science to give medical professionals the best possible tools to do their jobs.
We are heading for a future where our natural human capabilities are going to be radically augmented in three ways.
As technological innovations multiply day by day, it will be more and more usual to augment our bodies with the help of machines.
What we’ve got is more people sharing more knowledge, at faster speeds and lower costs, than ever before.
We cannot flee the challenge of delaying or avoiding Ray Kurzweil's prediction. We must embrace it. That is our responsibility.
What if we fixed our genetic flaws, fortified our bodies with replacement organs and robotic limbs, and enhanced our minds with technology and drugs?