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One of the first transhumanist sites and still very comprehensive. Features an introduction to transhumanism and five detailed topic areas: Individual, Global, Cultural, Technological, and Organizational.
Weekly program about technology and politics, produced by Dr. James J. Hughes, transmitting a high-tech vision of a radically democratic future. Frequent topics includes biotechnology, bioethics, space, science fiction, sexuality, and radical politics.
Transhumanist group which advocates using technology to extend healthy life, augment intelligence, optimize psychology, and improve social systems.
Unique speculative perspective on the possibility of individual humans sharing multiple brains.
Explores possibilities for the "posthuman" future created by increased merging of people and technology via bioengineering, cybernetics, nanotechnologies, and other emerging innovations. Offers an academic journal, e-zine, FAQ, discussion lists, and references.
A synthesis of anarchism and transhumanism, centered on the attainment of political, economic, and biological freedom.
Blog and essays that approach progressive politics from a transhumanist perspective.
Full version of the 1957 essay in which the word 'transhumanism' was used.
The putative future process of copying one's mind from the natural substrate of the brain into an artificial one, manufactured by humans.