Tag Archives: Fiction

The Age of Neuroelectronics

Source: Wireheading Every so often, when some new scientific paper is published or new experiment revealed, the press pronounces the creation of the first bionic man—part human, part machine. Science fiction, they say, has become scientific reality; the age of … Continue reading

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Russian research project offers ‘immortality’ to billionaires – by transplanting their brains into robot bodies

Refreshing News A Russian entrepreneur who heads a hi-tech research project called ‘Avatar’ has contacted billionaires to offer them immortality. Itskov claims he will personally oversee their immortality process, in exchange for an undisclosed fee. Itskov, a media entrepreneur, claims … Continue reading

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Wake Forest University | Organ manufacturing

Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence The field of regenerative medicine is moving from the realm of science fiction to science fact. From fingers and ears to complex organs like livers or hearts, scientists at Wake Forest University are making headway into growing … Continue reading

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‘Barcode everyone at birth’

BBC News Each week a global thinker from the worlds of philosophy, science, psychology or the arts is given a minute to put forward a radical, inspiring or controversial idea – no matter how improbable – that they believe would … Continue reading

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Want sweet dreams? Now there’s an app for that

David Derbyshire Daily Mail Once, the only way you could supposedly influence your dreams was by regulating your cheese consumption before bed. These days, however, things are little more hi-tech. Scientists have invented a phone app they claim lets you … Continue reading

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Can the iBrain Read Stephen Hawking’s Thoughts?

Heather Campobello WebProNews As if out of a science fiction paperback, a team of California scientists have developed the world’s first portable brain scanner. Upon further development the innovative tool may be able to read a person’s mind. NeuroVigil’s Chairman … Continue reading

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DNA Hackers: Synthetic biology weaponized virus, zero-day exploit to infect your brain?

Darlene Storm Computer World From the let’s get futuristically freaky department, future hacking crimes could take a decidedly sinister twist; not hacking to breach systems but brains, bodies and behaviors. This DNA hacking goes way beyond potentially using police bees … Continue reading

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Dawn Of The Clone Age (BBC)

BBC/EvolutionDocumentary Broadcast (1997) In February 1997, science fiction took a step closer to reality when a team of British scientists achieved what many believed to be impossible: cloning a single adult cell to create a whole new animal Dolly the … Continue reading

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Corbett Report Radio – Predictive Programming

James Corbett Corbett Report From The War of the Worlds to Gravity’s Rainbow to Minority Report, there have been a bewildering number of works of “fiction” that seem to predict our future. Today on Corbett Report Radio we examine the … Continue reading

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Is pregnancy unethical? Yes, says UK bioethicist

Michael Cook BioEdge Here is contrarian bioethics at its best. Pregnancy and childbirth are so painful, risky and socially restrictive for women that public funding should urgently be directed to the development of artificial wombs. This is the only way … Continue reading

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