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Authors:Buruk, Oğuz Turan; Özcan, Oğuzhan; Baykal, Gökçe Elif; Göksun, Tilbe; Acar, Selçuk; Akduman, Güler; Baytaş, Mehmet Aydın; Beşevli, Ceyhan; Best, Joe; Coşkun, Aykut; Genç, Hüseyin Uğur; Kocaballı, Ahmet Baki; Laato, Samuli; Mota, Cássia; Raftopoulos, Marigo; Ramchurn, Richard; Sádaba, Juan; Thibault, Mattia; Wolff, Annika; Yıldız, Mert; Papangelis, Konstantinos
Publisher and Date:(Association for Computing Machinery, 2020)What for and how will we design children's technologies in the transhumanism age, and what stance will we take as designers? This paper aims to answer this question with 13 fictional abstracts from sixteen authors of different countries, institutions and disciplines. Transhumanist thinking envisions enhancing human body and mind by blending human biology with technological augmentations. Fundamentally, it seeks to improve the human species, yet the impacts of such movement are unknown and the ...