Giulio Prisco, an Italian born futurist, physicist and computer scientist, applies his insightful transhumanist and engineering vision to the crossroad of science and religion in that future technologies may create a pathway to resurrecting the dead.
Not Just Monkeys in the House: Applying Traditional Understandings of Identity to Alternative Attainment of Personhood Status
Ph.D. student, Kristi Scott, compares the traditional and more modern notions of identity and self across the increasing variety of roles, situations and cultures.
Noted Sociologist, William Sims Bainbridge, Ph.D., proficiently utilizes open-source, scientific methodologies, coupled with his own, in analyzing and identifying the human abilities most worthy of enhancement.
Ethics and Viewpoints for Humanoids
2013 DCS candidate, Asma Qureshi, shares her research and findings in computer ethics regarding humanoids and human beings and what is necessary for them to coexist.