2. Exoskeleton suits will allow quadriplegics to run faster than Olympian sprinters A version of this interview first came
Have you heard much science-talk in the presidential debates? Or on the campaign trail? Or maybe in interviews by the leading candidates? Me neither. Yet, nothing is going to change our lives more in the next 10 years than the radical science and technology starting to engulf us.
It's all in the mechanical legs.
The exoskeleton walked me down the floor -- one leg at a time. It was a strange feeling, like someone had taken control of my body.
But first, scientists have to figure out how to make exoskeletons flexible.
I'm in the very early stages of preparing a campaign to try to run in the 2016 election for US President. I'll be doing it as a transhumanist for the Transhumanist Party, a political organization I recently founded that seeks to use science and technology to radically improve the human being and the society we live in.
The technology involved in creating artificial limbs has come a long way in the last few decades. We have now witnessed a
We’ve partnered with our friends at GMC to dispel what is no longer the stuff of movie magic by ushering in the next generation