Zoltan Istvan is preparing to run again in 2020.
Zoltan Istvan's policies sound odd, but at least he lays his cards on the table
The Brazil Olympics has stimulated spirited discussion about human enhancement and the ethics of doping.
Extraordinary musings from Silicon Valley entrepreneur
Is the movement becoming mainstream?
It is an oft-raised concern that genetic engineering may one day morph into a eugenics movement.
Uploading our minds to a computer could take centuries.
“They think we’re fantasists when in fact we’re talking about a future just over the horizon.”
New York Times revives interest in cryonics.
A Jewish technohistorian believes that human beings are destined to become gods, and soon.
With rapid developments in artificial intelligence, academics and industry leaders are warning of an existential threat
Zoltan Istvan is running for President in America’s 2016 elections.
One bioethicist has offered a thoughtful defense of what many claim is a scientific flight of fancy.
Transhumanist Zoltan Istvan answers some tricky questions from his critics.
The latest predictions of futurist-cum-transhumanist Gray Scott in are certainly daring. But are they accurate?
Whatever you think of transhumanism, one thing is quite certain: the transhumanist movement is alive, healthy and growing.
An introduction to cryonics and attendant bioethical issues.
Transhumanism has reached hollywood in a new high budget film called Transcendence.
In a week in which the US mourns the 50th anniversary of the death of John F. Kennedy, Dr Who fans are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the cult TV series. The timing is not particularly sensitive, but tonight the BBC presents a special episode, “The Day of the Doctor.”
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