Ramez Naam is a professional technologist. He was involved in the development of widely used software products such as Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Outlook. His last role at Microsoft was as a Partner Group Program Manager in Search Relevance for Live Search.
Naam currently holds a seat on the advisory board of the Acceleration Studies Foundation, is a member of the World Future Society, a Senior Associate of the Foresight Institute, and a fellow of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies.
He is the author of More Than Human: Embracing the promise of biological enhancement, which reviews new technologies and makes a case for embracing human enhancement, showing readers how new technologies are powerful new tools in humanity’s quest to improve ourselves, our offspring and our world.
In 2012, Osprey Press published his first science fiction novel Nexus, centering around an experimental nano-drug by that name. As of October 2013, the book is in 307 WorldCat libraries  In September 2013, Naam published a sequel to Nexus entitled Crux.
In 2013, Naam published The Infinite Resource: The Power of Ideas on a Finite Planet.
He holds almost 20 patents in areas of email, web browsing, search, and artificial intelligence.
- More than human: Embracing the promise of biological enhancement
- Nexus: Mankind gets an upgrade
- The infinite resource: The power of ideas on a finite planet
- Crux: Upgrade in progress
- Ramez Naam at CrunchBase
- Ramez Naam
- Ramez Naam - biography, plus book reviews & excerpts
- Ramez Naam wins 2005 HG Wells Award for Contributions to Transhumanism
- WorldCat item record
- Ramez Naam - Crux synopsis reveal
- Ramez Naam. More Than Human: Embracing the Promise of Biological Enhancement[dead link]. Broadway Press, 2005. ISBN 0-7679-1843-6
- Interview with PBS
- Interview with BookBrowse
- Nexus review at Upcoming4.me
- Crux review at Upcoming4.me
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