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    LONDON – Nearly two-thirds of people in leading Western European countries would consider augmenting the human body with technology to improve their lives, mostly to improve health, according to research commissioned by Kaspersky. As humanity journeys further into a technological revolution that its leaders say will change every aspect of our lives, opportunities abound to transform the ways our bodies operate from guarding against cancer to turbo-charging the brain. The Opinium Research survey of 14,500 people in 16 countries including Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Spain showed that 63 percent of people would consider augmenting their bodies to improve them, though the results varied across Europe. In Britain, France and Switzerland, support for augmentation was low – at just...
    LONDON – Nearly two-thirds of people in leading Western European countries would consider augmenting the human body with technology to improve their lives, mostly to improve health, according to research commissioned by Kaspersky. As humanity journeys further into a technological revolution that its leaders say will change every aspect of our lives, opportunities abound to transform the ways our bodies operate from guarding against cancer to turbo-charging the brain. The Opinium Research survey of 14,500 people in 16 countries including Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Spain showed that 63 percent of people would consider augmenting their bodies to improve them, though the results varied across Europe. In Britain, France and Switzerland, support for augmentation was low – at just 25...
    LONDON (Reuters) - Nearly two thirds of people in leading Western European countries would consider augmenting the human body with technology to improve their lives, mostly to improve health, according to research commissioned by Kaspersky. As humanity journeys further into a technological revolution that its leaders say will change every aspect of our lives, opportunities abound to transform the ways our bodies operate from guarding against cancer to turbo-charging the brain. The Opinium Research survey of 14,500 people in 16 countries including Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Spain showed that 63% of people would consider augmenting their bodies to improve them, though the results varied across Europe. In Britain, France and Switzerland, support for augmentation was low - at just...
    FORMER Human Ken Doll Jessica Alves shows of her figure in a revealing red swimsuit out in Marbella after coming out as trans. The 36-year-old Brazilian-born star, who appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2018, gave fans a glimpse of her latest look while sunning herself by the pool. 5Jessica Alves shows off her curves in Marbella Credit: BackGrid 5The 36-year-old recently revealed she had bum augmentation surgery Credit: BackGrid 5Jessica came out as trans earlier this year Credit: BackGrid The pictures emerged after Jessica revealed she had spent £30,000 on a bum augmentation in which she had nine litres of filler injected into her body. Her outfit also showed off her recent breast enlargment in the Spanish resort. Jessica appeared on This Morning last month,...