The Transhumanist Posts
We’ve all seen movies featuring robots that rise up against their creators and bring about the end of human society. Scary, right?
But truthfully, there isn’t anything scary about InMoov, the first life like 3D printed robot the world has ever seen, created by Gael Langevien. Geal has only been involved in robotics since January 2012, and still works full time as a sculptor and designer, working on robotics projects in his free time.
The fast development of technology and its implementation in everyday life of the regular people all around the world.
Along with eye-catchy titles in the media, the new generation sci-fi movies and their outwardly special effects, have got us all in line for the next big event: the transcendence, which is what the experts call the human merging with the AI – the machine.
Transhumanism is one of the international movement which aims to use the science as well as technology so that there is improvement in the human beings.
In past few years this movement is growing in leaps and bounds.
We could see a robo -President hunt a tiger in our lifetime. It’s all about transhumanism.
In November, Transhumanism party presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan told Inverse he was concerned that another country would beat the United states to a “political transhumanist- inspired revaluation”.
At the time, Istvan didn’t throw out the name of any one country, but the obvious choice gives a bit of cold war flair to Istvan’s warning.