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Get the flu? Don’t bother with a doctor. Call the help desk.

Jon Brodkin writes on NetworkWorld.com, "Kurzweil has written extensively about laws of accelerating returns related to IT, and predicts that humans will eventually be able
to overcome age and disease by combining artificial systems with our mortal bodies"

Personally, I like the idea of merging IT and human physiology. Technologically optimized organs and muscles. Of course it may mean bigger problems.  For example, if I outsource all memories of my children to Microsoft, I may want to have my own backup at home. 

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  1. September 5, 2014 at 10:19 pm

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