Transhumanism — Robotics Interactions


  • Sanja Vujačić University Paris-Saclay, LISV-UVSQ
  • Yasser Alayli LISV-UVSQ, University Paris-Saclay



Transhumanism, biomimetic robotics, augmented man, demiurgic power, Complex causality


Thinking wrong that the humanistic ideal has already been realized, transhumanism is promoting the liberation of man by progressive overcoming of his own biological boundaries in order to improve his physical and mental abilities, as well as his life extension. From interaction between biomimetic robotics and transhumanism augmented man was born. But a smart management application is still missing, that one for a future society, in which men and supermen will live together and which would allow technological improvement to everyone and halt the accelerated process of deepening socio-economic inequalities. That's the reason why the transhumanism is often experienced as an opponent and competitor to humanism, same as the new technology development which is often perceived as the goal in itself - as a phenomenon which is not in the service of the real needs of social development. Consequently, It is urgent to move from simple thinking (speculations, preferences and beliefs) to the complex one: proposing hypotheses and solutions, creating relationships and observing interactions, seeking criteria, relying on verified facts and self-correction practices.


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Author Biography

Yasser Alayli, LISV-UVSQ, University Paris-Saclay

Yasser Alayli received his PhD in applied physics from Pierre & Marie Curie University of Paris (Paris, France) in 1978. He is Professor at Paris-Saclay University, France, and founder of Systems Engineering Laboratory in Versailles (LISV). His research interests include precision engineering and robotics domain with sub-nanometric accuracy and nanotechnologies.

He is a medallist of the academic palms of the knight rank. He is a member of the Nanotechnology Commission of the French Academy of Sciences and co-ordinator of the Industrial Research Chair in Innovative Materials, which received the MEDEF first prize (Association of Industrialists of France). He has directed more than 45 PhD and published over 220 articles in international journals. He is member of several learned societies and reviewer for several journals (IEEE STD, S&A, Eur Phys J). He has organized several national and international conferences including Europe, Asia (Middle East), Africa and South America.
Among the first initiators of relationships with industry, he has to his credit a dozen industrial projects and several International and European projects (TEMPUS AAL).