Volume 6, Issue 2 - December 2011

The Geoethics of Frankenfolk
Dr. Martine Rothblatt, Chairman of United Therapeutics of Maryland, analyzes historic cultural and civil differences illustrated in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and compares them with modern-day technological notions of artificial life.
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To Interface the Future: Interacting More Intimately with Information
William Kraemer, M.S., explains how human interaction with digital computers will change in the near future, from the initial user interface to the evolving thought pattern recognition and brain-computer interface.
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The Realpolitik of Ableism
Gregor Wolbring, Ph.D. discusses the unequal distribution of abilities inherent in biological structures and the governance necessary to our future of evolving human enhancement and abilities.
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