Media theorist Douglas Rushkoff discusses the untapped possibilities of digital technology to create a trully interconnected culture.
Podcasts about transhumanism from Future Thinkers Podcast by Mike Gililand and Euvie Ivanova
Ramez Naam, computer scientist, futurist and author of five books, including The Nexus trilogy and The Infinite Resource, discusses intersections between blockchain, energy and transport, taking responsibility for the use of technology, and creating a positive future.
MIT and Harvard researcher Amber Case talks about how to make human-technology interactions more unintrusive, healthy, and productive
Daniel Schmachtenberger talks about neurohacking and inducing the process of neurogenesis through exercise, supplements, meditation, and other techniques.
Daniel Schmachtenberger talks neurohacking: technologies and techniques for optimizing neurological functions, like meditation, EEG, and supplements
We are entering an era where increasingly, a single individual can have a major impact on the world. New technologies are constantly being developed. More and more, they are available to everyday people at a lower cost.
From global climate change to nuclear war, there are many things threatening our existence at any given time. Existential risks are those that endanger the existence of the entire human species. These are threats that can potentially lead to human extinction, or cause irreversible damage to the human civilization.
Zoltan Istvan has a colorful life story. He worked as a war zone journalist with National Geographic, he sailed the world by himself, he wrote a best-selling novel called The Transhumanist Wager. Now, Zoltan is running for US president in the 2016 election with his Transhumanist Party...
It’s interesting how even in today’s modern world of rapid technological progress, there are still people who view the modification of organisms - be it through implants in the human body or genetic engineering of plants - as barbaric or crazy. Then we see the same people going to...
What makes you YOU? Is it your personal preferences? The things you own? The things you do? The things you create? Your consciousness or soul? Or could it be that none of us are really all that unique, and we just think we are because our own experience is the...