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Wikipedia: Amy Karle by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Amy Karle (born 1980) is an American artist, bioartist and futurist. She creates work that looks forward to a future where technology can support and enhance the human condition. She was named in BBC's 100 women, as one of the 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2019. Her work questions what it means to be human, with an emphasis on exploring the relationship between technology and humanity; particularly how technology and biotechnology impacts health, humanity, evolution and the future. She combines science and technology with art and is known for using live tissue in her works.…

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Innovaspain | Amy Karle: “Technology can be used for our benefit or death”

The internationally recognized American bioartist explores the relationship between the human body, science and technology. The bioengineering and genetic modifications could eliminate deformities and diseases, but also irreversible and could permanently alter our species. The promise of bioprinting and creating replacement parts offers hope to those in need of transplants, but could lead to significant lengthening of life and post-human body shapes and functions. These are all ethical concerns that the work raises for Karle. "We must ask ourselves who we want to become to determine how to create and harness these technologies to build a better future for all of us," she concludes (translated)

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BBC 100 Women 2019: Who is on the list this year?

The BBC has revealed its list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2019, and Artist Amy Karle is on it. This year 100 Women is asking: what would the future look like if it were driven by women? From climate change activist Greta Thunberg, to trans woman Nisha Ayub who was put into a male prison aged 21, many on the list are driving change on behalf of women everywhere. They give us their vision of what life could look like in 2030. Born with a rare condition, Amy Karle grew up fascinated by the…

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4 innovations that will change the clothes of the future

Smart fibers developed through technology, sustainable materials and processes will not be a utopia. Although it seems impossible, clothing that removes its spots on its own or even prevents acne is a reality, as well as are materials from less polluting biological fibers. These are the most outstanding innovations in the industry: … Amy Karle has already explored silhouettes and sartorial constructions through an artifact that seems distant to many. (translated)