Natasha Vita-More, Ph.D. researcher at the Centre for Media, Art and Design University of Plymouth, is Chair of Humanity+. The New York Time called her “the first female philosopher of transhumanism” (2008) and Wired featured her as the “spokesperson for superlongevity” (2000).
Natasha is best known for designing “Primo Posthuman” a future human prototype, conceptually engineering nanorobotics, artificial general intelligence, and whole brain emulation. She is the co-editor of The Transhumanist Reader: Classical and Contemporary Essays on the Science, Technology and Philosophy of the Human Future (Pub. Wiley-Blackwell) (2012), has appeared in more than twenty-four televised documentaries on culture and the future, featured on NPR Radio, and in Flaunt, LA Weekly, Village Voice, Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, U.S. News & World Report, and Teleopolis. She is currently hosting “itch+” question and debate series at TeleXLR8.