Dr. Natasha Vita-More is an author, humanitarian, and innovator whose work focuses on longevity and regenerative generations. As a motivational speaker, she focuses on causes and solutions, while fostering meaningful acknowledgement of others’ works who have aspired to identify human potential.
“An early adapter of revolutionary changes” (Wired, 2000)
“Advocates the ethical use of technology to expand human capacities” (Politico, 2017).
Natasha was the Lead Scientific Researcher on the Memory Project, which scientific breakthrough concerns long-term memory of C.elegans and cryonics (2015). As a proponent for mitigating aging, Natasha introduced the seminal field of human enhancement for longevity in academics. Her expertise in the field of ethics has produced high-level scholarship for undergrad and graduate students in the fields of computer science, cybersecurity, robotics, gaming, and business fields. As an entrepreneur, her experience within the domain of foresight studies has established principles and practices for assessing humanity’s potential futures. She was the producer and Chair of the Progress Action Summit (2004) that hosted 10 renown experts to strategize a new burden of proof, which became “The Proactionary Principle”. In 1997, Natasha originated the first whole-body prosthetic, a seminal innovation comprised of nanomedicine, AI, and robotics that spearheaded alternative bodies to biological degeneration.
Currently, she is a Senior Professor of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Ethics, and serves as the Executive Director of Humanity+. She is also a Fellow at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, and author of numerous academic articles and books.