- sulav duwal
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Evolution 2.0, What to expect and who is incharge of next evolution ?
Michael Pawlyn ,in his talk, explained that our industrial design are inefficient ,expensive and producing lots of wastage polluting our environment, whereas organisms complete the same efficiently and without much wastage !!. He suggested learning from the nature's R and D program to tackle the problem of the world. Angela Belcher is scaling that up to a whole new level. Whether we are ready or not, Evolution 2.0 is at our doorstep. We as a human species will be shaping this neo-evolution. So I was wondering what to expect from this new technology. What are the good or bad side of it ? As Paul Root Wolpe had put it "it's time to question bio-engineering" and would like to ask you the expected implication and how should ethics cap this technology ?