Steve Walker

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The future of robotics: in a transhuman world, the disabled will be the ones without prosthetic limbs | Technology | The Observer

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There are some important ethical issues raised in this article, but perhaps the most pressing one – the distribution of the benefits (and risks) of ‘transhuman’ technologies in an increasingly unequal society is not mentioned at all. The passing reference to the technologies being ‘available to all’ is very unconvincing.

The future of robotics: in a transhuman world, the disabled will be the ones without prosthetic limbs | Technology | The Observer.

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June 16, 2013 at 4:44 pm

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