Carlos Moreira and David Fergusson

The TransHuman Code Book to be pre-launched at Davos during the TransHuman Code Event . This is a book about a simple truth. But not just any simple truth. This is a truth on which the world’s future hinges. If you and enough other people embrace it, we will have a real shot at ending global plagues like cancer, hunger, poverty and sickness. Innovation will flourish. Democracy will lead. Compassion will reach further. The simple truth is this: the greatest technology on the planet is the human.

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Carlos Moreira is a multi-award winning technology pioneer whose IT, online security and trust management experience with the United Nations and World Trade Organization led to the creation, twenty years ago, of one of the world’s first cybersecurity companies, Wisekey. Today, he is an active leader and member of several institutions and organizations focused on the advancement of technological innovation and preservation of human identity. He resides in Geneva, Switzerland with his family.

David Fergusson is a corporate finance leader specializing in global mergers and acquisitions. He engages regularly with business, media, political and academic leaders on the factors influencing corporate growth. He is a pioneer and international award winner for cross border investment between the United States and China. Chairman of the finance industry’s leading global think tank, he is recognized as an expert on the impact of technology on business, government and humankind. He resides with his family in Westchester County, New York.

What They’re Saying


I really enjoyed the book's perspective on how we look at technology as humans and the fear that we are allowing it to direct our emotions in ways that negatively affect society. I can honestly say that I will never look at my phone or other tech devices without thinking about the way I am interacting with people in my personal and professional life and think that there might be more human ways I could be doing it!



A Must Read

I couldn't stop thinking about this book after I finished reading it. It really makes you take a step back and think about the impact technology has on all of us. If you don't have The transHuman Code on your reading list, you need to add it.

by Michael Edgette


Sobering Perspective

A sobering perspective on how technology effects the individual and society. Interesting and informative read for anyone from the everyday iPhone user to technology professionals.

by Corrin


Technology and humanity.

One of today's most important books on the future of humanity and technology. ABSOLUTELY A MUST READ.



A look into the not to distant future

I really enjoyed this book, I couldn't put it down. It's a sneak peek at the new technology that is being developed and how it will affect the way we do things at work and in society. I loved it.

by Mrj

Risto Siilasmaa, Chairman, Nokia
The principles of the transHuman Code remind us that we have an obligation to ensure that our society is programmed for the betterment of all. This is the handbook for the future we all deserve!
Professor Alex "Sandy" Pentland, co-creator, MIT Media Lab, Director MIT Connection Science
Human society is being transformed by new technologies. David and Carlos have assembled a tremendous resource for understanding what this transHuman world will look like. A must read!
Dr. Enrico Fucile, Chief of Data Representation, World Meteorlogical Organization
In a time when climate change is making catastrophic weather events more frequent and scarcity of water more dramatic we need to think how technology can be re-focused to the human needs. Everyone should read this book and contribute to finding the transHuman way.
Julia Christensen Hughes, Dean of the College of Business and Economics, University of Guelph
It is essential that as we navigate our way towards an uncertain future, that the best of humanity is strengthened and protected, and not irrevocably compromised. Strong, thoughtful leadership and creative ideas are needed. This incredibly important book provides just that.
Leena Nair, Chief Human Resources Officer, Unilever
Leaders must realize it's their people, and not technology, that is the biggest competitive advantage for their organizations to succeed in this new world. I highly recommend this great book by David and Carlos. The transHuman Code should be on everyone's required reading list!
Mohit Joshi, President, Infosys
The new digital age promises us the opportunity to live richer, fuller and rewarding lives while marginalizing some sectors of the population and creating anxiety about the relevance of humanity. This book handles these questions deftly!
Danil Kerimi, Head, Technology Industries for the World Economic Forum
Only David and Carlos have the foresight and network to bring together a stellar group of experts on the socio-political impact of techno-economical transformations. This is a great platform to engage us in conversation that is so critical to our future!
Kavita Gupta, Founding Managing Partner, ConsenSys Ventures
With the transHuman Code we can establish the most important basic principle of technological innovation - Ethics of use. We have been waiting too long for this book!
Jon Rettinger, President, TechnoBuffalo
Every user of technology-which is pretty much everybody-should read this book. It's filled with profound questions we should all be asking ourselves about what our relationship with technology. Before you pick up your phone again, read The transHuman Code.
Megan Alexander, Host, "Inside Edition", CBS
The TransHuman Code is the MUST READ book of the year! As technology continues to disrupt every aspect our lives, David and Carlos discuss the imminent need for a bold conversation on what makes us human and what values we need to preserve and strengthen - before it's too late.