Artificial Creation, Lab-Made Humans

Discussion in 'World News' started by Admin, Feb 10, 2018.

  1. Admin

    Admin Moderator Staff Member


    Artificial Creation, Lab-Made Humans: Scientists Grow Human Eggs to Full Maturity Outside the Womb
    For the first time, scientists have developed human eggs, outside the of the human body, from the earliest stages in ovarian tissue and grown them to full maturity.

    The research paves the way towards lab-grown humans, and further increases the reality that mankind is attempting to remove the Hand of God from creation.

    Artificial wombs, artificial eggs, artificial intelligence, all of which was once science fiction, is now becoming reality. Happening now is the research to create children outside of a mothers womb, and even further, entirely design the creation through manipulating its DNA.

    For the reason of alleviating infertility, scientists have sidestepped the ethical boundaries, and are directly closing in on developing methods to create lab-grown babies.

    “Being able to fully develop human eggs in the lab could widen the scope of available fertility treatments. We are now working on optimizing the conditions that support egg development in this way and studying how healthy they are,” said Evelyn Telfer, who co-led the work.

    “This early data suggests this may well be feasible in the future,” said Ali Abbara, a senior clinical lecturer in endocrinology at Imperial College London.

    “(But) the technology remains at an early stage, and much more work is needed to make sure that the technique is safe and optimized before we ascertain whether these eggs remain normal during the process, and can be fertilized to form embryos that could lead to healthy babies.” – See Works Cited for Sourcing Information."

    As previously discussed in our section on Genetic Engineering, scientists are creating the possibility to develop humans outside of the womb, through what is called an artificial womb.

    Scientists and researchers have worked tirelessly to bring to life an ‘ectogenesis,’ where humanity no longer needs humanity to create babies. The coming problem is much bigger than the one we face today, and unfortunately so many fail to realize the drastic shift in our culture is due to an agenda driving scientific discovery.

    In fact, science has brought us so close to these ungodly creations that artists are beginning to develop ‘the style’ of artificial wombs. In the video above, two university students have developed what a realistic artificial womb could look like, in the near future.

    While implementation of these ‘developments’ is still a ways off, the technology, methodology, and ability to further push the bounds ethics and humanity is already available.

    Videos on site


  2. Admin

    Admin Moderator Staff Member


    'Clear and present danger' from new A.I

    Artificial intelligence is expected to become a "game changer" enabling more sophisticated cyber and physical attacks on individuals, groups and institutions, international experts warn.

    The world is likely to see rapid growth in cyber crime and the use of drones over the next decade, with "an unprecedented rise in the use of (internet) 'bots' to manipulate everything from elections to the news agenda and social media," the experts said in a report.

    The 26 experts from Cambridge and Oxford universities, think-tanks, cyber-security firms and digital rights groups urged governments and corporations to "address the clear and present danger inherent in the myriad applications of A.I."

    "A.I. will alter the landscape of risk for citizens, organisations and states - whether it's criminals training machines to hack or 'phish' at human levels of performance or privacy-eliminating surveillance, profiling and repression," said one of the authors, Miles Brundage, a researcher at Oxford University's Future of Humanity Institute.

    Brundage warned that systems based on artificial intelligence often "significantly surpass" human performance.

    "It is troubling, but necessary, to consider the implications of superhuman hacking, surveillance, persuasion, and physical target identification, as well as A.I. capabilities that are subhuman but nevertheless much more scalable than human labour," he said.