Tag: transhumanism

Visions by Nicole T. Lasher
Posted in Art Artificial Intelligence Technology

Various Artworks by Nicole T. Lasher in November and December 2022

[su_custom_gallery source="media: 3698,3699,3700,3701,3702,3703,3704,3705,3706,3707,3708,3709" link="attachment" width="250" height="250"] These are various drawings I did this and last month. They all have varying degrees of assistance with Dawn AI. The AI is very limited, but it was very helpful in layout and color. It’s a very useful tool, but it is far, far away from the end of…

Posted in Pinglaling

Open-Source Leg: The Quest to Create a DIY Bionic Limb | Digital Trends

Bionic prosthetics often cost upward of $100,000. But through the power of collaboration, engineers think they can build one for a tenth of that price. Source: Open-Source Leg: The Quest to Create a DIY Bionic Limb | Digital Trends

Posted in Gender Realism Social Issues

Morphological Freedom and Transexual or Intersex Children

[sc name="responsivevoice" ] That more people have come to accept the reality that fluid as it may be, patterns of gender and orientation are at least somewhat biologically in-born, and not always binary or aligned with classic sex roles, is a good thing. Now though, there is the question of just how much and when…

Posted in Days and Nights

It’s Official, I Am IronWynch

Over two decades ago, I named a role playing character I used to maneuver back in AOL’s Free-form Gaming Forum IronWynch. She was an experimental cyborg assembled by the ITC (from my dreams mythos). They wanted to see if the hardware and software would work, and after confirming that it did, just basically released her…