Technological integration and hyperconnectivity: Tools for promoting extreme human lifespans

  title={Technological integration and hyperconnectivity: Tools for promoting extreme human lifespans},
  author={M. Kyriazis},
  • M. Kyriazis
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science, Mathematics, Biology
  • Complex.
  • Artificial, neurobiological, and social networks are three distinct complex adaptive systems CASs, each containing discrete processing units nodes, neurons, and humans, respectively. Despite the apparent differences, these three networks are bound by common underlying principles which describe the behavior of the system in terms of the connections of its components, and its emergent properties. The longevity long-term retention and functionality of the components of each of these systems is… CONTINUE READING
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