Redefining what the body can be

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[picture: cover of I.D. magazine]
 

In her recent TED talk, record-breaking Aimee Mullins (paralympic games 1996), who is also known as an actress and model, talks not only about how her high-tech legs are giving her super-powers, but takes that as an example to a discussion about technolocial effort that is giving us potential to even be superabled, to become architects of our identities or change our identities. A discussion about what the body can be…

Watch her latest video on TED (Feb. 2009).

(Here is her talk from 1998).

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