Risk Management Concept: Predictive Assessment in Transhumanistic Space


  • Yulia VORONTSOVA State University of Management, Moscow
  • Maria Adelaida GIL MARTÍNEZ Instituto Cervantes, Madrid
  • Artur ARAKELYAN State University of Management




biotechnologies, bioethics, risk zone, concept, modeling, uncertainty, transhumanism, human nature, Russian cosmism, ethical principles


At the present stage of realizing the transhumanistic concept, its reflection in various fields of scientific knowledge should be considered, considering the possible risks formed by the transhumanistic space. This concept provokes interest both for its direction and its contradictions. The article considers alternative concepts and tools different from transhumanism in their moral and ethical directionality and based on responsible decisions that take this aspect into account. The concept of risk management is presented based on the diagnostics of orienting indicators that outline the transhumanistic space according to the indicated risk zones. The diagnostic analysis is based on a predictive assessment of the development of the situation, which is formed as a result of using innovative technologies/biotechnologies from the point of transhumanism. Several exact directions for the assessment’s development of the situation developing in the transhumanistic space are identified, conceptual decisions that develop such assessment are presented, and the interconnection between the blocks of the methodology for modelling future decisions to respond to emerging challenges of transhumanism is given.


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Author Biographies

Yulia VORONTSOVA, State University of Management, Moscow

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of Department “Management in the Sphere of Culture, Cinema, TV and the Entertainment Industry” of the State University of Management, Moscow, Russian Federation.

Maria Adelaida GIL MARTÍNEZ, Instituto Cervantes, Madrid

Senior Lecturer, Instituto Cervantes, Madrid, Spain.

Artur ARAKELYAN, State University of Management

Dr. of Science in Economics, Professor, the head of the Department “Management in the Sphere of Culture, Cinema, TV and the Entertainment Industry” of the State University of Management, Moscow, Russian Federation.


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How to Cite

VORONTSOVA, Y., GIL MARTÍNEZ, M. A., & ARAKELYAN, A. (2022). Risk Management Concept: Predictive Assessment in Transhumanistic Space. WISDOM, 2(1), 166–174. https://doi.org/10.24234/wisdom.v2i1.768

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