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February 6th, 2007

Top Ten Cybernetic Upgrades Everyone Will Want

Abstract:
Autopoiesis is Greek for self-creation. Allopoiesis is other-creation. Our body engages in both all the time - we start as a fetus that creates itself until it becomes an adult, then, essentially stops. Our body produces things external to itself, but usually involving an extended process of cooperation with thousands of other human beings and the entire economy. In the future, there will be cybernetic upgrades that allow for personal autopoietic and allopoietic manufacturing, probably based on molecular nanotechnology. Using whatever raw material is available, complex construction routines, and internal nanomanufacturing units, we'll be able to literally breathe life into dirt. If our arms or legs get blown off, we'll be able to use manufacturing modules in other parts of our body to regenerate them. Instead of building robots in a factory, we'll build them ourselves. The possibilities are quite expansive, but this would require technology more sophisticated than anything discussed thus far in this list.

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