A former software engineer, Chris T. Armstrong now writes about transhumanism and related topics. He has been published by IEET, Humanity Plus Magazine, and the India Future Society, among others. He recently contributed a chapter to The Transhumanism Handbook published by Springer, edited by Newton Lee. Mr. Armstrong’s first book is titled At Any Cost: A Guide to The Transhumanist Wager and the Ideas of Zoltan Istvan. Mr. Armstrong studied computer science at Arizona State University, focusing on artificial intelligence, and studied ethnomusicology/systematic musicology at UCLA. He has a BFA and MFA from California Institute of the Arts in World Music. Chris lives in Kansas City, Missouri with his wife Mary and their two dogs.