Transhumanism is a movement whose purpose is to contribute to the unlimited improvement of man's physical and intellectual abilities by all means - genetic, chemical, mechanical, informational. In its ultimate form, it popularizes the physical merger between man and future computer networks, endowed with artificial intelligence. Technomedicine is based on high technology and the broad application of genetic engineering. Its purpose is to heal the sick, but also to "improve" the healthy ones. Technomedicine is the main means of achieving transhumanitarian endeavors.
Uberification is a term that characterizes the collaborative (shared) economy. Thanks to Internet and its mobile applications, shared transport competes with traditional taxis; the practice of the shared home shifts the hotel; direct exchange between users of goods and services eliminates the broker ... Transhumanism and the collaborative economy have the same philosophical foundation - the aspiration of man to master their individual destiny.