Volume 4, Issue 2 - December 2009

Case Study: The Human Rights Travails of
Prof. Steve Mann as a Partial Cyborg in 2008

Dr. Mann, a professor within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto, describes documenting the last thirty years of his life within a computer-mediated reality, or a computer-generated world,having recorded each waking moment via a wearable computer of his own design.
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What Life Might Be
Martin O’Dea discusses the concepts and feasibility of brain imaging as it relates to the long-term storing and uploading of human representations to a virtual domain toward future revitalization.
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The Legal Aspects of “Forever for All”
Dr. Perry discusses various scientific, technological, and legal issues and concerns addressed in his book, “Forever for All: Moral Philosophy, Cryonics, and the Scientific Prospects for Immortality”.
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