- Although it is good to separate gene editing from hereditary diseases, it was observed among the participants that there is a fear of the creation of "modeled children" with parameter data before birth, as well as the emergence of new unstudied genetic diseases. 69% of respondents expressed doubts about the new technology and expressed their opinion that the technology is under-researched.
- The problem of installing a brain implant is that it will lead to the improvement of human cognitive abilities, memory, and the ability to receive and process large amounts of information, and 51% of the participants are more tolerant of retrievable and temporary chip implantation, but non-removable chips. expressed his opposition. Also, 69% expressed concern about whether the technology has been fully researched.
- It is believed that synthetic blood transfusion will shorten the athletes faster and more resistant. 63% of the participants did not believe it.
Also, religious people accept these technologies as "violating the boundaries set by God", while non-religious participants expressed that they do not think of these technologies as ancient experiments. 48% believed that it would happen if these technologies did not affect human reproductive capabilities. This research also shows that women are very wary of these technologies, which are considered transgressive and against the laws of nature.