Printing Your Own Replacement Tissue and Organs

While most of us are familiar with 3-D printing, its practical use cases are a steep curve for most home use cases. But interesting developments are happening in the field, and this article on the 3D printing of tissue and organs for transplant makes me wonder about future implications.

I visited places in Europe that were centuries old, but if they have been replaced little by little, are they still the same building or a reproduction. If we can replace ourselves bit by bit, what does that mean for the way we will view the self and identity. Is this where the singularity hands humanity off for something different, something constructed?

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