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Monday Homework assign: Print this page out and bring it to class Monday. 1. Briefly identify the human enhancement technology you have chosen for your essay project. List sources you got your information from. People use artificial or machine to replace their broken part. For example, if people face a heart attack, they can use artificial heart to replace the broken one. Michael Eisenstein. (2015). Artificial organs: Honey, I shrunk the lungs. Nature, 519(7544), S16-8. Otsubo, O., Yamada, Y., Kuzuhara, K., Sugimoto, H., Kusaba, R., Takahashi, I., . . . Nakamoto, S. (2017). Tsunamasa Inou: A Pioneer in Artificial Organs and Transplantation in Japan. Artificial Organs, 41(10), 881-884. Jacobé de Naurois, Bourdin, Bougard, & Vercher. (2018). Adapting artificial neural networks to a specific driver enhances detection and prediction of drowsiness. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 121, 118128. 2. Briefly outline what bio-conservatives would think about the human enhancing technology you focus on. People may think that if people use machine to replace their bodies, they lose some original skills and capability of humans. People will lose their dignity. 3. Briefly outline where this technology fits into the transhumanist mission as presented by Nick Bostom in his essay “Transhumanist Values.” People can live longer. Their bodies function will be Improve by this way. Sensory modalities, special faculties and sensibilities 4. List pros and cons of the human enhancement you are researching. What are its benefits and what are its negatives? What do we gain and what do we lose? Positives Negatives People can live longer. People lose their meaning of human The injury can be treated by this way. People need to suffer the plain during operation. People will change their bodies into machine to seek power. Indo? - Creadin liu longe cuborg organ therman | "Andris organe - health 1- cloned organs Techt bei deubad - Japanese: ll higchin nendanna Past I IDA - hood at the unnadal = tains post theraghi quod Sarah sandel Enhant is bad I Transhans - love this replone ambach aart Costl benefits benefits corgeddon for morex oor enhat I fust) stogel) = nearth curl proc th - dusubpron Capitalurono compt corpurte hold - loss of humah headle Arrogant I greda I selfohli
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Nanotechnology, which is also known as nanoscale technology is known to produce
significant technological and scientific advances in different fields constituting of physiology and
medicine. In the broader sense, it can be described as the engineering and science involved in
application, characterization and design of devices and materials whose tiniest functional
organization in a dimension is basically on nanometer scales that range between few to 100
The potential effect of nanoscale technology originates directly from temporal and spatial
scales that are regarded as devices and materials at a nanometer scale that mainly control the
manipulation of constituent atoms and molecules and the manner in which they are arranged to
create an upper microscopic substrate. Therefore, this means that nanotechnological substrates
can be designed to reveal controlled and peculiar bulky physical and chemical structural
properties due to control over molecular assembly and synthesis (Coenen, 2009).
For the application of nanotechnology in physiology and medicine, these devices and
materials are capable of being designed to directly interact with tissues and cells at the molecular
level like subcellular, with a high functional specificity degree thereby permitting integration of
biological systems and technology that was not previously achievable (Jotterand, 2008).
Nanotechnology should be appreciated based on the fact that it is one of the emergent scientific
disciplines that tend to meet traditional sciences approaches such as biology, material science,
physics and chemistry.
As a result, it can bring closer the requisite cumulative expertise required to enhance the
development of other evolving technologies (Coenen, 2009). This review is therefore formulated



to explore the vital implication of nanotechnology in human health particularly the human brain.
By thoroughly addressing this, the paper will be entitled to provide bio-conservatives as well as
transhumanist’s arguments and also give a deep insight into Peter Singer’s benefit analysis of
nanotechnology (Allhoff, Lin, Moor, Wecrert & Roco, 2007).
Nanoscale Technology on Human Brain
It is evidently known that living cells contain highly functional and sufficiently complex
machines at a nanometer scale, which are made of macromolecules, consisting of proteins. All
these are practically involved in each process in one’s brain cell like transportation of substances,
metabolism and information transfer. Nanoscale technology, therefore, provides new instruments
to monitor the operation of the complex machines at the individual molecular level. By
employing microscopic atomic...

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