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Transhumanism[edit]

Overview
Overview
Art
Fiction
Transhumans
Precedents
Cyberpunk
Emerging technologies
Environmentalism
Future Shock
Futurists
Futurology
High-tech
Humanism
Humanism, Renaissance
Immortality
Kardashev scale
Science fiction
Self-actualization
Self-transcendence
Speculative fiction
Technological convergence
Technology forecasting
Technophilia
Third Wave, The
Utopianism
Utopianism, Technological
Ideas
Artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence, Friendly
Augmented reality
Biomedical engineering
Bionics
Biotechnology
Brain–computer interface
Cloning
Cognitive science
Computer-mediated reality
Cryonics
Cyberware
Designer baby
Eclipse Phase
Extropianism
Head-mounted display
Human cloning
Human condition
Human enhancement
Human extinction
Human genetic engineering
Human-machine interface
Indefinite lifespan
Information technology
Life extension
Longevity
Megatrajectory
Mind uploading
Molecular assembler
Morphological freedom
Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology, Molecular
Neural engineering
Neurohacking
Noosphere
Nootropic
Omega Point
Organ transplantation
Organ transplantation, Xenotransplantation
Parahuman
Participant evolution
Personal communicator
Personal development
Posthuman
Posthumanism
Post-scarcity economy
Powered exoskeleton
Procreative beneficence
Prosthesis
Rejuvenation
Reproductive rights
Reprogenetics
Robotics
Self-replicating machine
Simulated reality
Somatic-cell nuclear transfer
Space colonization
Suspended animation
Technological singularity
Techno-progressivism
Transhuman Space
Virtual retinal display
Currents
Abolitionism
Biological immortality
Democratic transhumanism
Libertarian transhumanism
Postgenderism
Singularitarianism
Technogaianism
Key figures
Bostrom, Nick
Drexler, K. Eric
Dvorsky, George
Ettinger, Robert
FM-2030
Fyodorov, Nikolai Fyodorovich
Grey, Aubrey de
Hughes, James
Huxley, Julian
Kurzweil, Ray
Moravec, Hans
More, Max
Pearce, David
Prisco, Giulio
Sandberg, Anders
Tipler, Frank J.
Toffler, Alvin
Vita-More, Natasha
Organisations
Alcor Life Extension Foundation
American Cryonics Society
Applied Foresight Network
Cryonics Institute
Foresight Institute
Humanity+
Longecity
Machine Intelligence Research Institute
Mormon Transhumanist Association