On 11 May, I was invited as a speaker to the conference Human-robot interaction: transhumanism, ethics and human rights, organized by the Stockholm School of Theology and with the assistance of Cusanus. My presentation had the title What does transhumanism say about future possibilities and threats? and discussed the development of information technology, biotechnology, nanotechnology, synthetic biology, cloning, cognitive technology, neuroscience and medical developments. The scope was to answer some of the question of what are the ethical and political effects of transhumanist technology are to society at large.
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