Cyborgs

A person whose physiological functioning is aided by or dependent upon a mechanical or electronic device. A cybernetic organism or “cyborg” in IT is defined as an organism with both biological and technological components. In some definitions, a cyborg is described as a hypothetical or fictional creation. However, in a technical sense, humans can be seen as cyborgs in various types of situations, including the use of artificial implants.

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Cyborgs Advanced Robots

Anyone who has seen the classic movie Terminator has most likely wondered if such cyborgs could potentially be created. While there is already the potential for  software and hardware that could become self-learning, the question remains as to whether or not we have the power to develop cyborgs that could turn on, disregard, and even …

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The Eyeborg

When he was nine years old, Toronto film-maker Rob Spence received a severe injury to his right eye in a shotgun accident. After a period of hiding the aftermath under an eyepatch, six years ago he had the eye replaced with a prosthesis. Being a visual artist, however, he had an idea – instead of …

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