‘Futurists’ is a new series by David Vintiner that looks at ways in which individuals use technology to improve & manipulate the human body.
There are 6 fascinating people and stories that we are going to share below.
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Neil Harbisson is widely considered to be the worlds first cyborg. The antenna is implanted directly into his brain and allows him to perceive visible and invisible colours.
It’s also has a wifi connection so he can receive music or phone calls directly to the brain.
Tiana Sinclair. Using a brain controlled drone.
DIY brain hacker Andrew Vladimirov uses electrical currents, magnetic fields and lasers to alter his moods and state of mind.
Caroline Falconer has developed a virtual reality program used for the treatment of depression.
Anders Sandberg is currently a James Martin Research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University.
A Futurist and Transhumanist, Sandberg’s research centres on societal and ethical issues surrounding human enhancement and new technology.
Party Secretary of The Transhumanist Party. A political party who put science, health & technology at the forefront of politics.