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Beyond the Cyborg, Reviewed :: Critical-Theory.com

Beyond the Cyborg, Reviewed :: Critical-Theory.com | The Everyday Cyborg | Scoop.it
All too often, the work of Donna Haraway is reduced to her writing in “The Cyborg Manifest.” And while that work offers a great deal of insight into the importance of breaking down essentialized identities through the figure of ...
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Mason Institute | Cyborg-Ethics Film Festival 2013 (Edinburgh) to ...

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... developments mean for their identity?
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Cinema and Post-Human Representation | CCTP725: Cultural ...

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Representations of this combination of the machine and the organic human body, otherwise known as cyborgs, have become increasingly more abundant through the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st centuries.
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Animal behavior inspires robotic research - Technique

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Animal behavior inspires robotic research
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Researchers at Tech are making strides in the field of robotic intelligence through projects that look to both human and animal behavior as inspiration.
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The Illustrated Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology Explains How We're All Part ... - Wired

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meganboler.net » “To See or Not to See: Cyborgs, Veillance, and ...

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Chris Hables Gray (author of The Cyborg Handbook, Postmodern War, The Cyborg Citizen, and Peace, War and Computers, Cultural Studies of Science and Technology, University of California) ...
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An Invitation to the Study of Cyborgs

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An Invitation to the Study of Cyborgs. People composed of biotechnology are cyborgs, an amalgam of human being and technology. What direction are human beings, or should I say cyborgs, headed in? Opinion article by ...
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How I became the world's worst cyborg — a GoogleGlass review - Washington Post

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How I became the world's worst cyborg — a GoogleGlass review
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Technically, just having GoogleGlass does not fit the correct definition of cyborg. I realize this. ...
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Cyborg ears are here: Researchers create 'ultimate human-machine chimera' - Washington Times

Cyborg ears are here: Researchers create 'ultimate human-machine chimera' - Washington Times | The Everyday Cyborg | Scoop.it
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Cyborg ears are here: Researchers create 'ultimate human-machine chimera'
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A cyborg ear.
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5 Tips to Help a Cyborg Make a Good Impression | Washington DC ...

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Although, being a cyborg is not all fun and games (and laser beams), until every human buys into mobile technology and the cyborg takeover is complete, cyborgs will be looked down upon by full-blooded humans.
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Human Augmentation with Jason Silva

Is using technology to better ourselves just a natural part of our evolution? Are we all already cyborgs? Anthony sits down with futurist Jason Silva to disc...
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Kevin Warwick - cyborgs vs. humans, what will happen? - Truthloader

Sam went along to meet Kevin Warwick, a world leader in cyborgs, to ask him some questions from our viewers about the world of cybernetics. Here's one of the...
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Scientist controls colleague's hand in first human brain-to-brain interface - CNET (blog)

Scientist controls colleague's hand in first human brain-to-brain interface - CNET (blog) | The Everyday Cyborg | Scoop.it
Scientist controls colleague's hand in first human brain-to-brain interface
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... University of Washington). The telepathic cyborg lives, sort of.
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The Darker and Lighter Side of Cyborg-Human Relationship | CCTP ...

From Marry Shelley to David Bowie to Kroker and Cook, it can be seen that the notion of Postmodernist, technological pessimism, somewhat-unholy cyborg-human interaction has always been an object of fascination and awe ...
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The Future of Cyborgs - Georgetown University

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In many ways, several of us have already transformed into a cyborg. With the development of the smart phones, humans have become more than reliant and dependent on this technology. This dependence on technology can ...
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Pondering Our Cyborg Future in a Documentary About the Singularity - The Atlantic

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Pondering Our Cyborg Future in a Documentary About the Singularity
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It sounds like sci-fi but, Wolens and others argue, there's no denying the sweeping impact of technology on human existence and the implications are worth thinking about.
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Can Cyborgs Fall in Love? | Psychology Today

Can Cyborgs Fall in Love? | Psychology Today | The Everyday Cyborg | Scoop.it
But thanks to her work, and the work of MIT psychologist, Sherry Turkle, who also studies the influence of technology on identity, we've begun grappling with the far less amusing notion that we, ourselves, are the cyborgs.
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Cyborg Possibilities – The Torso and Skin (Part 2)

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These sorts of device – one that produces power from the body's own mechanisms – helps solve the battery problem and could help power human-machine hybrids. Yet another way implants might be powered is through ...
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Cyborg Possibilities – The Head (Part One)

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Personhood Beyond the Human Conference · whats new at ieet · Cyborg Possibilities – The Torso and Skin (Part 2) ... Dick Pelletier on 'Technologies could one day enable us to simulate the deceased' (Feb 4, 2013) ...
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Reflections on cyborgs, the cognisphere and social exchange ...

Notions on the cyborg concept appear to suggest a very close amalgamation between humans and objects. As I understand Haraway humans become cyborgs through an intimate unification with high-tech communication ...
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World's Thinnest Circuits Bring Us One Step Closer To Real-Life Cyborgs - Fast Company

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World's Thinnest Circuits Bring Us One Step Closer To Real-Life Cyborgs Fast Company According to the Japan Science and Technology Agency, "the soft sensor system can be applied to freely curved surfaces like human skin to continuously measure body...
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Cyborgs of tomorrow will be made of tiny 3D-printed tech - DVICE

Cyborgs of tomorrow will be made of tiny 3D-printed tech - DVICE | The Everyday Cyborg | Scoop.it
DVICE Cyborgs of tomorrow will be made of tiny 3D-printed tech DVICE It may still be a few years before we see the advent of the "smartlimb", but when we do, humanity will have taken another giant leap forward in the realm of cybernetics — and...
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Our Cyborg Overlords May Arrive Sooner Than Expected - Pacific Standard

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Our Cyborg Overlords May Arrive Sooner Than Expected Pacific Standard While there are still some technological hurdles to overcome before optogenetics can be widely used to modify human biology (not to mention ethical hurdles as well), this...
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Wearable prostheses turn dancers into musical instruments - io9

Wearable prostheses turn dancers into musical instruments - io9 | The Everyday Cyborg | Scoop.it
Wearable prostheses turn dancers into musical instruments
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They also appear as cyborg extensions of the body, luminescent spinal cords, visors, and rib cage attachments. Photo by Vanessa Yaremchuk for Instrumented Bodies.
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Bionic Skin for a Cyborg You - IEEE Spectrum

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Bionic Skin for a Cyborg You
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But whether we're building e-skin for robots or people, the underlying technological challenges are the same. Today's rigid electronics aren't a good fit with soft human bodies.
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