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Published on Jun 15, 2010
This talk will cover the prospects of do-it-yourself transhumanism, do-it-yourself garage biotech and engineering. These topics and more will be explored within the context of open source technology and licensing. In addition, progress on open source DIY lab-on-a-chip devices will be exhibited.
Bryan Bishop is an advocate and developer of do-it-yourself transhumanism and open source hardware. His primary focus is directing a "triple trick" transhumanist team focusing on accelerating trends like the technological singularity, do-it-yourself biology, and open source technologies. In 2008, Bishop became a research assistant at the Automated Design Lab at the University of Texas at Austin. From time to time, if you're lucky, you might find him stealing a few hours of sleep on the lab couch. Lately he spends his waking hours at the recently new hackerspace in Austin, Texas.
You can find him on the web at heybryan.org or call him at 512-203-0507.