The week of January 10, 2016
RoboCop may be a fictional cyborg protector, but today’s real-life police are already outfitted with a bevy of futuristic tools.
Author Kara Platoni spent a year among scientists, researchers, and biohackers who want to understand the connection between mind and body. And then start improving both.
This health tracker isn’t a wearable—it’s a swallowable.
Get the benefit of biohacking without the commitment.
Science is already outpacing our ability to legislate it. But technology is changing our lives, and we should declare our rights to define where and how it does so.
American police have increasing access to military technology; now we’re trying to use body cameras to hold them accountable. But that’s misunderstanding the problem.