Future babies

Source:AFP Published: 2017/5/18 23:38:40

An artwork by Agatha Haines titled Transfiguration is displayed at the Art Science museum in Singapore on Thursday. The exhibits, involving artificial intelligence, life-like robots and genetic modification, are part of HUMAN+, an exhibit of futuristic works of more than 40 international artists, scientists, technologists and designers. Photo: AFP

Photo taken on May 18, 2017 shows an exhibit about body modification on babies displayed in the "Human+: The Future of Our Species" exhibition held at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore. The exhibition, which will open to public on May 20, presents a future world where the lines between fiction and reality are blurred and shows how our perception of humanity is being transformed by science and technology. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey)


 

Visitors interact with sensor-filled prosthetic body parts in the "Human+: The Future of Our Species" exhibition held at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, May 18, 2017. The exhibition, which will open to public on May 20, presents a future world where the lines between fiction and reality are blurred and shows how our perception of humanity is being transformed by science and technology. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey)


 

Photo taken on May 18, 2017 shows prosthetic arm and legs on display in the "Human+: The Future of Our Species" exhibition held at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore. The exhibition, which will open to public on May 20, presents a future world where the lines between fiction and reality are blurred and shows how our perception of humanity is being transformed by science and technology. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey)


 

Director of Nanyang Technological University's Institute of Media Innovation Nadia Magnenat Thalmann (R) poses with her robot copy Nadine in the "Human+: The Future of Our Species" exhibition held at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, May 18, 2017. The exhibition, which will open to public on May 20, presents a future world where the lines between fiction and reality are blurred and shows how our perception of humanity is being transformed by science and technology. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey)


 

Photo taken on May 18, 2017 shows robotic faces on display in the "Human+: The Future of Our Species" exhibition held at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore. The exhibition, which will open to public on May 20, presents a future world where the lines between fiction and reality are blurred and shows how our perception of humanity is being transformed by science and technology. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey)


 

 

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