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Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée
L’environnement informatique et technologique détermine aujourd’hui notre vie tout autant que le fait notre code génétique. Nous abordons une ère où s’enchevêtreront la technologie et l’être vivant, où le corps existera en partie à l’extérieur du monde biologique et dépendra de moins en moins de l’écosystème organique.
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Le monde des cyborgs est-il à nos portes?

Le monde des cyborgs est-il à nos portes? | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
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The Truth About Cholesterol - and LDL and HDL - YouTube

http://www.drberg.com/body-type-quiz Dr, Berg explains the truth about cholesterol, LDL, and LDL. Also watch my video on vitamin K2: https://www.youtube.com/...
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▶ Michael Anissimov - Transhumanism - Fear, Taboo & Utopia - YouTube

Talking Points: - What Frightens You about the Future? - Class Divide in a Future of Abundance - What does it Mean to be Human Today? - How Will We Treat Art...
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The human trek: from crude beginnings to an immortal future

The human trek: from crude beginnings to an immortal future | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Historians place the beginning of culture about 10,000 years ago, when our early ancestors abandoned hunter-gathering in favor of settling into communities, cultivating crops, and domesticating live stock.
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'Smart' device that engineers cells to kill cancer

'Smart' device that engineers cells to kill cancer | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
NEW YORK: In a path-breaking discovery, biologists have created a new technology for modifying human cells to create therapeutics that could travel the body and selectively target and kill cancer c...
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The Regeneration of Organs Can Soon Be Commonplace

The Regeneration of Organs Can Soon Be Commonplace | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Science can give patients regenerated organs in the next five years or so. Matthew Putman, Founder and CEO of Nanotronics Imaging (http://goo.gl/6bqiXB), on the political will needed to make this a re
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Osteoid is a 3D-printed cast that uses ultrasound to heal your bones 40% faster

Osteoid is a 3D-printed cast that uses ultrasound to heal your bones 40% faster | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Soon, you might never have to suffer through the stench and itchiness of plaster cast ever again. This new 3D printed cast design can heal you 40% faster
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Extreme Longevity On Mainstream Television - BrighterBrains.org

Extreme Longevity On Mainstream Television - BrighterBrains.org | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
by David A. Kekich Dear Future Centenarian, In case you missed it, CNN’s “Inside Man” documentary series ran a segment Sunday evening titled “The Future.” And the “future” topic for this show was nothing less than extreme life extension. this essay first appeared at http://www.fightaging.org You might know of host Morgan Spurlock. He shot to fame by gorging himself on McDonald’s three times a day to see what happens if…
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Replacement Of Brain Parts Is Coming - ScienceGymnasium

Replacement Of Brain Parts Is Coming - ScienceGymnasium | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Professor Bererger (USC) is a bio medical engineer and a developer of neuro prosthesis technology.

First to replace the function of a hippocampus in a rat brain with a chip. Develops “neuron–silicon interface” technology using silicon-based, multisite electrode arrays and tissue culture methods for implantation of hardware models into the brain to replace damaged or dysfunctional nerve tissue.
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New Tech Could Lead to Night Vision Contact Lenses

New Tech Could Lead to Night Vision Contact Lenses | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
An ultrathin light detector that can sense wavelengths our eyes can't see has the potential to put heat vision technology into a contact lens, its University of Michigan developers say. Heat or thermal vision, one variety of night vision, illuminates the heat being emitted by animals, humans, cars, electronic devices and more.
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Does radical enhancement threaten our sense of self?

Does radical enhancement threaten our sense of self? | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
If we extended our lives by 200 years, or if we succeeded in uploading our minds to an artificial substrate, would we undermine our sense of personal identity? If so, would it be wiser to avoid such radical forms of enhancement? These are the questions posed in chapter 4 of Nicholas Agar’s book Truly Human Enhancement. Over the next two posts I’ll take a look at Agar’s answers. This is all part of my ongoing series of reflections on Agar’s book.
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Don’t Want to Die? Just Upload Your Brain | Praxis | Big Think

Don’t Want to Die? Just Upload Your Brain   | Praxis | Big Think | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Oxford researchers say we are only a few decades away from a chance at digital immortality.
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These Are The Crazy Things Americans Think Will Be Possible By 2064 - Business insider

These Are The Crazy Things Americans Think Will Be Possible By 2064 - Business insider | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Pixabay: thehorriblejokeA world where teleportation is possible and human organs are primarily grown in labs may only be 50 years away. At least that's what
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Advanced bionic limbs could redefine disabilities

Advanced bionic limbs could redefine disabilities | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
BOSTON – One by one survivors who lost limbs in the Boston Marathon bombings crossed the finish line in Saturday's tribute run. Heather Abbott on a running blade. Celeste Corcoran with two prosthetic legs.
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Virtual Doctor Visits Gaining Steam in “Geneticist Deserts”

Virtual Doctor Visits Gaining Steam in “Geneticist Deserts” | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Genetic experts are eyeing computer Webcams and videoconferencing to assess patients in Alaska and other remote places
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▶ Aubrey de Grey - SENS Context: Why we Should Dramatically Extend Healthy Life - YouTube

Aubrey de Grey - SENS Context: Why we Should Dramatically Extend Healthy Life, Aubrey's 2nd talk at Humanity+ @Melbourne 2012: 1st talk 'SENS Science' here: ...
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Conceptual representation in the brain: Towards mind-reading

Conceptual representation in the brain: Towards mind-reading | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Your measured brain signals can reveal whether you are thinking about an animal or a tool. That's what neuroscientist Irina Simanova discovered during her PhD at Radboud University, where she investigated the conceptual representation of words and objects in the human brain. This knowledge is useful ...
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Texas woman becomes weight loss sensation after ditching diets, losing 160 pounds with healthy food choices

Texas woman becomes weight loss sensation after ditching diets, losing 160 pounds with healthy food choices | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Texas woman becomes weight loss sensation after ditching diets, losing 160 pounds with healthy food choices
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10 Amazing Facts You Did Not Know About Your Brain

10 Amazing Facts You Did Not Know About Your Brain | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Our brain functions smoothly and automatically that we don't take a lot of time to think about what is going on underneath, and maybe adding to this layer is because…
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Probing the brain without surgery - Horizon 2020 - European Commission

Probing the brain without surgery - Horizon 2020 - European Commission | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Probing the brain without surgery - The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation
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Eating legumes improves cardiovascular health

Eating legumes improves cardiovascular health | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it

"Legumes are generally considered healthy, but there [are no guidelines] about their intake from public policy officials," lead author Dr. John Sievenpiper said.

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Electrical Stimulation Enables Paralyzed Patients to Move Legs and Stand Again

Electrical Stimulation Enables Paralyzed Patients to Move Legs and Stand Again | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Rob Summers surprised even his doctors. Doctors had fitted the former University of Oregon basketball player, who had been paralyzed by a
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A $50 3D-Printed Prosthesis Compared to a $42,000 Myoelectric Prosthesis

A $50 3D-Printed Prosthesis Compared to a $42,000 Myoelectric Prosthesis | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
I recently had the opportunity to work with a great guy named Jose Delgado, Jr., a 53-year old who was born without most of his left hand. I made a 3D printed prosthetic hand for Jose and, after using
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Il préfère une prothèse imprimée en 3D pour 50 dollars au modèle à 42.000 dollars

Il préfère une prothèse imprimée en 3D pour 50 dollars au modèle à 42.000 dollars | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
TECHNO - Un prix est-il proportionnel à la qualité d'un produit? Pas vraiment si l'on en croit le témoignage de cet Américain de 53 ans.
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How Nanotechnology Could Reengineer Us - Keithley Instruments Inc.

How Nanotechnology Could Reengineer Us - Keithley Instruments Inc. | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
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Living DNA Nanobot Computers Could be Injected into Humans to Beat Cancer

Living DNA Nanobot Computers Could be Injected into Humans to Beat Cancer | Chair et Métal - L'Humanité augmentée | Scoop.it
Tests on cockroaches give nano-scientists hope of cancer treatment
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