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Evolution Through Medicine: On Demand Human Enhancement

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September 19, 2012
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Dr. Parag Khanna and Ayesha Khanna, co-directors of the Hybrid Reality Institute, discuss their book, 'Hybrid Reality: Thriving in the Emerging Human - Technology Civilization', at Civil Service College Singapore center for Governance and Leadership. Their new book explores the frontier of the information revolution: The Hybrid Age. In this era of disruptive technologies, accelerating change, and deep anxiety about the future, the Khannas explain how the "balance of innovation" has superseded the military "balance of power" as a measure of national potential, and provide a global tour of how the smartest countries, cities, and companies are harnessing new technologies to gain an edge.


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