Are you still human when artificial components make up 10% of your body? Or 1%? Or 95%? And what if these components partly determine your thoughts and decisions?
People and technology are merging. Nanobots in our bloodstream monitor our health, cure and feed us. Limbs and organs are replaced or enhanced with robotics, protheses and smart materials. Machines simulate human behaviour and thinking and even surpass it.
What does all of this mean for our existence? Will we still exist in the future? What choices are we faced with? What does this all mean for people without access to this technology?
Do you still dare to call yourself human when this happens? Will you dare to call machines human? Will we abandon our human existence in favour of a ‘better’ lifeform, or will we change into a ‘better’ one?