Tagged: transhumanism

Assassin Hunter: Cover Reveal

  On the eve of releasing my newest novella, Assassin Hunter, I’m excited to reveal the new cover. A few years ago, I began heavily studying transhumanism and contemplating the various less-pondered ramifications it could be bringing to our species...

Westworld Doesn’t Get AI

Westworld season 1 left me feeling lost (geek allusion intended) most of the season, which was undoubtedly J.J. Abrams’ fault (he wrote/directed Lost) but Westworld’s season 1 finale was so good and the payoff was so unexpected, I trudged all...

Jedi Mind Control is Here

Ten years from now, teenagers may not believe Jedi mind tricks were once fiction – and it may not matter whether or not you are weak minded.  I mentioned in previous transhumanist posts how mind controlled prosthetics are becoming surprisingly sophisticated,...

Guilty Verdict Using Only Brain Waves?

  Verdict: Guilty by reason of brain waves.  Sound implausible?  Not for long.  Science Daily reports that preliminary data from the Association for Psychological Science is hoping to keep us from ever lying again … well, at least they are hoping...

10% Brain Myth

For a brilliant moment, the movie Lucy was gathering an enormous amount of attention. Since I’ve been researching topics surrounding transhumanism, it caught my eye as well. I saw several discussions about the 10% brain myth but I liked this...