A brief introduction to biomimicry.

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In the end, everything will follow the laws set by the universe millennia ago. Why not bypass every pitfall we could come across, and just jump to the universe’s solution to a problem?

Well, given the current state of technological advancements, we’ve finally realized grasping in the dark for possible answers might not be the most efficient way to go about solving today’s problems — I mean after all, the test answers are right there in nature, just waiting to be found and utilized.

So what is Biomimicry?

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Ok, not to be dramatic, but this past month was both extremely underwhelming and overwhelming, to say the least. By my own (admittedly high) standards, I’ve failed this month. So, I’ve challenged myself to be intentional about reflecting on what it was that I could have done better.

What am I talking about? Stick with me here and you’ll see 😉

The task

Alright, so a few months back I was accepted into the global human accelerator, TKS, and my goals for my time as part of this program were… ambitious to say the least — in addition for my goals for…

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I know, I know, when you think of artificial intelligence, biology isn’t exactly the first thing that comes to mind — heck, it’s probably not even on your top 10 ~potentially~ related fields; let alone understanding ai through the subject. But stick with me — I promise that by this article you will (hopefully) have a sense of the nonsensical rambles that make up my mind.

Through a Biological Lense


Imagine this: a world where genetic diseases don’t exist, no one dies of old age, the rich buy “designer babies”, and entire countries populated by Albert Einsteins, Usain Bolts, and Nikola Teslas. Sounds like fiction, but it might soon be our reality all thanks to Gene Editing technology (which also goes by genetic engineering, genetic manipulation and many other names).

What is “Genetics?”

Just like how we use an IKEA manual to construct furniture, our bodies use Deoxyribonucleic acid — better known as DNA — to build the cells in our bodies. Every so often while photocopying the booklet, there will be a…

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