The common thread of Pinocchio’s story is his desire to become a human being. Unlike some creators who approached the adventures of Pinocchio in the context of posthumanism the transhumanism embraces technological progress while strongly defending human rights and individual choice. Pinocchio is aware of his incompleteness: he seeks during the story to become “a real boy.” Human consciousness can refer to things that we do not perceive directly. Pinocchio is a “child” without a mother, created by his father to fill his loneliness. He highlights the current problem of the relationship between man and his creation, out of control.