Intelligence Amplification ( IA ) (also Referred to as cognitive increase and engine augmented intelligence ) Refers to the effective use of information technology in augmenting human intelligence . The idea was first proposed in the 1950s and 1960s by cybernetics and early computer pioneers . Continue Reading
An infomorph is a virtual body of information that possesses emergent features such as personality. The term coined in Was Charles Platt ‘s 1991 novel The Silicon Man , Where It Refers to a single biological consciousness Transferred into a computer through a process of mind transfer . In the book, a character refers to an infomorph as “intelligence held in a computer memory”, and an “information entity”.  Continue Reading
Indefinite lifespan (Also Known As indefinite life extension or bio-indefinite) is a term used in the life extension movement and transhumanism to Refer to the hypothetical longevity of humans (and other life-forms) under the conditions in qui aging is Effectively and completely Call Prevented and treated. Their lifespans would be ” indefinite ” (that is, they would not be ” immortal “) because of survival. Such individuals would still be susceptible to deathby disease, starvation, accidents, or deliberate killing, but not death from aging. Semantically, “indefinite lifespan” is more accurate than ” immortality ” which, especially in religious contexts, implies an inability to die. Continue Reading
A cyborg (short for ” cyb ernetic org anism “) is a being with Both organic and Biomechatronic body parts. The term was coined in 1960 by Manfred Clynes and Nathan S. Kline . 
The term cyborg is not the same thing as bionic , biorobot or android ; it Applies to an organism That HAS restored function or enhanced abilities due to the integration of Some artificial component or technology is subsequently assembled That Some sort of feedback .  While they are commonly thought of as mammals , including humans, they may also conceivably be any kind of organism . Continue Reading
Emerging technologies are technologies that are perceived as capable of changing the status quo. These technologies are still controversial and relatively undeveloped in potential, such as preimplantation genetic diagnosisand gene therapy which date to 1989 and 1990 respectively. Continue Reading
In future studies , especially in Europe, the term ” foresight ” has become widely used to describe
- critical thinking concerning long-term
- debate and for Some futurists Who are normative and focus is driven by Action Their Values Who May be Concerned with ‘wider efforts to create participatory democracy . Foresight is a set of competencies and not a value system, however.
- shaping the future, especially by influencing public policy .
Extropianism , also referred to as the philosophy of Extropy , is an “evolving framework of values and standards for continually improving the human condition “.  Extropians believe that advances in science and technology will some day let people live indefinitely. An extropian may wish to contribute to this goal, eg by doing research and development or by volunteering to test new technology. Continue Reading
An exocortex is a hypothetical artificial external information processing system that would increase a biological brain high-level cognitive processes.
An individual’s exocortex would be composed of external memory modules , processors , IO devices and software systems that would interact with, and augment, a person’s biological brain . Typically this interaction is being conducted through a direct brain-computer interface , making these extensions functionally part of the individual’s mind .   [ unreliable source? ] Continue Reading
Charles Patrick Dunphey (born November 22, 1992) is an American author from Staten Island, New York who lives in southern Mississippi .
His early work, a science fiction horror novel titled Plane Walker , Was released in April 2016. Dunphey est aussi a movie reviewer ,  and founder of Hinnom Gehenna and Books. Continue Reading
The term directed evolution is used in the transhumanist community to refer to the idea of applying the principles of directed evolution and experimental evolution to the control of human evolution.  In this sense, it is distinct from the use of the term in biochemistry , which refers to the evolution of proteins and RNA . Maxwell J. Melhmanh has described the evolution of humans in the Holy Grail of Transhumanism .  Oxford philosopher Julian Savulescu wrote that: Continue Reading