Google+ The World 2 Come: Human Performance Enhancement in 2032

Saturday, January 08, 2005

Human Performance Enhancement in 2032

Futurist John Smart speculates:

"This scenario looks at the way human performance enhancement is likely to be viewed by army planners thirty years hence, and explores some of the military implications of accelerating information technologies (infotech), specifically the linguistic user interface, personality capture, and the valuecosm. One of the main messages is that biotech and cognotech are likely to be a lot less disruptive than infotech over the next thirty years. If the data continue to validate this perspective, we should prioritize our development resources accordingly."

Source: Institute for the Study of Accelerating Change
[via Sentient Developments]

See also:
Securing the Post-Human Future - CSO Magazine
Lifetime Digital Memory
Human Being 2.0
What 2034 will bring
Web 2.0

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