Human enhancement: Is it good for society?

Science Daily  February 11, 2019 An international team of researchers (Switzerland, UK, Australia, USA – Columbia University, UC San Diego, industry) probed the individual and collective impact of human augmentation technologies based on the theory of self-determination which divides well-being into three parts: autonomy — the ability to make one’s own decisions; competence — the capacity to act and contribute to society; and social relations — the network of relationships that we can count on. The key question is not about the effectiveness of the regulations, but rather about a new transparency that would allow everyone to take enhancements or […]