Webinar: Transhumanism: What It's Like Being a Microchipped Human
|Transhumanism: What It's Like Being a Microchipped Human : Webinar
Futurist Shanti Korporaal is a self-proclaimed practical and tactical implementer of emerging technologies... and she is also a super-human. Shanti has voluntarily inserted microchips under her skin and has setup a distribution service called 'Chip My Life' alongside her husband, Skeeve Stevens. As a pioneering woman in human augmentation, Shanti will be discuss how this extra dimension to life may impact UWA future students, as well as getting educators to consider adapting their learning and teaching strategies in the higher education shere.
Join us to hear about the fascinating ways Shanti communicates with machines, lessons learned during the microchipping process, and the impact of the transhumanist movement in education futures at this one hour event.
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