Self-Made: The Body as Frontier for the Maker Movement in Education

@inproceedings{Eisenberg2017SelfMadeTB,
  title={Self-Made: The Body as Frontier for the Maker Movement in Education},
  author={Michael Eisenberg},
  booktitle={FabLearn},
  year={2017}
}
A variety of technologies--exciting, troubling, controversial--are emerging for the purposes of extending or augmenting the biological capabilities of human beings. These technologies include (among others) sensory augmentation devices, brain-machine interfaces, robotic exoskeletons or prostheses, and techniques of genetic alteration; in every case, the intent of the technology is to allow people to perform activities beyond the traditional boundaries of body, mind, and genome. The advent of… CONTINUE READING

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