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January 30, 2015

Centuries of Poverty: Life Extension & Rejuvenation

There is a flood of people worldwide that are researching Life Extension. The idea of Life Extension (or its more robust sister – rejuvenation) is for a lot of people still a comparably outlandish idea, but the basic idea of making people live a lot longer is no longer regarded as a scientific or medical absurdity. The possibility (and affordability) of giving large parts of the human species an indefinite lifespan “somewhere before the year 2100” is now being widely debated by the medical community and popular media.

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December 27, 2014

Is Robot Sex Something To Expect in the Future?

To some people following Futurology, the fantasy of a cyborg culture comes with more oddities than just biomedical convergence. When opening the door to robotics and artificial intelligence, there’s a certain caveat to the discussion of whether robots will co-exist with humans or combine with them: Sex.

According to French artist César Vonc’s work, robots may be able to have sex with humans, or other robots, in the future. He created a 3D image through Octane Render of a robot cut in half to reveal with the innards might look like, also including reproductive organs.

Along that same line of thought, novelist George Zarkadakis wrote for The Telegraph on the idea that [...]

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