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PostSubject: Deus Ex   Sun 08 Dec 2013, 10:25 am

Neural Hub technology is viewed by some as the milestone about the neck of cybernetics research, but such commentary indicates a failure to think outside the box. In fact, the neural hub has always had the capacity to grow beyond its function as a gateway for cyberware integration.

These implants, developed in the beginning as components in ever-shrinking cell phone/TV/and MP3 player parts, comprise numerous physical processors integrated on one physical chip, but the key is in the threading: the hub is controlled by software which enables more efficient processing on the hardware. Each input from the nervous system generates its own or multiple threads, based on operations like motion or recollection. What I propose is a combination of multi-core processors tied closer to the human brain's own superlative multi-tasking capacity - effectively breaking down the barrier between the commonplace hub designs of current iterations and the subject's own mind.

In effect, we allow the hub to work with the human brain. In analogy, instead of a relay-race where one participant is slower than the other, it becomes a ride on a tandem.
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PostSubject: Building Wings: A Better Tomorrow   Sun 08 Dec 2013, 10:26 am

Where we risk allowing our technology to divide us is in the very question of regulation; some would argue that augmentation, which by its nature is a mechanism whereby humans can transcend their limitations, cannot be allowed to be freely available.

While on the surface, such calls for “regulation” might be seen as a reasonable response, in the long term such stigmatization will work against our society. We already live in a culture of haves and have-nots, those rich or poor in terms of money, those impoverished or affluent in terms of data and knowledge.

To willfully blockade the spread of human augmentation technologies will add another category - those who are human and those who are transhuman; and as we speak here of futures where transhumanism must be the normative, how can we willingly allow some of us to be left behind?

Consider, if you will, a future where technology is unbound. In this environment, human beings are capable of reaching beyond the limits that nature imposes upon them, not just through the use of external technological apparatuses, but also through the merging of the human organism with cybernetic devices.

We can, quite literally, build a better person. Life can become something that is not just a voyage where you are the passenger, at the whim of your DNA and the vagaries of an imperfect, random biology. Life can be what we wish it to be, and our minds and bodies the canvas on which we can draw our own future.

We can build wings if we wish to, and leave the cradle behind. The only limitations to where our flight will take us are our will and our intellect.

What is transhumanism? A grandiose term, perhaps, but an accurate one. It is a search, a great destination that we, as a species, are approaching as our journey through evolution nears its next great leap. It is no less than the chance for human beings to reach out and take the helm of their own development.

For the first time in history, we live in an era where the factors that define the borders of the human condition - death, longevity, disability, and all the other many tyrannies of our own biology - can be surpassed. The advancing science of human augmentation technologies allows us to look to an enhanced future; a better tomorrow where the limitations of flesh and bone can be transcended.

If I write these words and sound like an evangelist, then perhaps I am; I look to my future enrapt.
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PostSubject: The Next Three Decades   Sun 08 Dec 2013, 10:30 am

Where Will We Be in 2050?

There was once a time when we believed that the world would become a monolithic nation-state, a kind of 'United States of Earth', brought together under the global aegis of a super-governmental body. But now that prediction seems quaint and hackneyed.

The reality is that we live in an era where sovereign nations and the formal governments of countries are little more than lines of demarcation upon the world's maps. More and more citizens of the world lend their loyalty not to a flag, but to the only true trans-national entities that still thrive - corporations. We thus foresee a time when people will be citizens of their employer's 'nation' rather than Chinese, French, Canadian, etc. And in this world, what we have thought of as traditional nation-complexes - such as America - will fragment in order to find their own equilibrium.
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PostSubject: The Singularity Church of the MachineGod   Sun 08 Dec 2013, 10:33 am

Our Manifesto

Have you ever wondered about the fate of our species?

We exist in a time unlike any other; a time where man can go beyond the tyranny of flesh and embrace a new tomorrow.

We share the belief of a manifest destiny for our species, a future where human instrumentality evolves into a form beyond our crude flesh and blood.

The next evolution is near, A coming together of man and machine. A synthesis greater than the birth of the human organism.

This is the Singularity. The God in the Machine.

Many cultures predict an end to humanity in the near future, a final Armageddon that will end the world; but we disagree.

We know the future of man.

Join us. Understand the path that unfolds before our species.

Grow beyond the bounds of flesh and blood.

Embrace the Singularity!
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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Sun 08 Dec 2013, 11:52 am

I merged your topics, which were copies from the deus ex wiki...
ty for sharing.

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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Sun 08 Dec 2013, 2:18 pm

Who are Deus Ex?

Thanks for sharing this information Aang

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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Sun 08 Dec 2013, 4:19 pm

D GENERATION X!!! LOL
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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Sun 08 Dec 2013, 10:46 pm

Xasomur wrote:
I merged your topics, which were copies from the deus ex wiki...
ty for sharing.

how did you know? xD


But its good aint it?
I find very intresting, plus its got to do with our own world, and its very true indeed.
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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Mon 09 Dec 2013, 2:53 am

Kernow Pilgrim wrote:
Who are Deus Ex?

Thanks for sharing this information Aang
Deus Ex is a game about cybernetic technology. With various things as implants, or arms, legs etc. Though that's the new game, as for the first game on N64 (i think) I don't know, since I didn't play it.

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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Mon 09 Dec 2013, 5:27 am

if it s for n64, i am sure, that it makes us able to see that on retro-gaming style.
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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Mon 09 Dec 2013, 8:08 am

Sind wrote:
D GENERATION X!!! LOL
S**k it! Very Happy

Aang wrote:
how did you know? xD
The grammar in the text you shared differs substantially from your usual modus operandi Razz

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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Mon 09 Dec 2013, 8:21 am

deus ex was once a revolutionary first person stealth and shooter game, where you had role playing style conversations and choices.

you played in an cyberpunk future where cybernetic implants, and nano enhancements where becoming a daily appearance.

it is a pc game, that might have been ported to consoles, and the predecessor of deus ex human revolution.

it also features concepts as those whom are pro and those whom are con cybernetic enhancements.



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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Tue 10 Dec 2013, 6:41 am

I remember playing dues ex on PC when I was like 6 :L
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PostSubject: Re: Deus Ex   Thu 12 Dec 2013, 6:34 am

but its good, its got to do with us now and here
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