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a human being whose body has been taken over in whole or in part by electromechanical devices

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Human beings are already cyborgs and will become more and more so because of the continuing and increasing appropriation and incorporation of technologies into the human body and life.
The cyborg of tomorrow wears a red polo shirt, drinks bottled water, and has a bit of a middle-aged spread.
Donna Haraway, historian of science, and author of the hugely influential "A Cyborg Manifesto: Science Technology and Socialist Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century" (1985), is careful to mark the distinction between cyborgs as "ether, quintessence," and humans that are "nowhere near so fluid, being both material and opaque" (153).
It is said that one in 10 of the population of the USA are cyborgs and they are increasing in numbers over here too.
Ironically speaking (for cyborgs being "at the centre of ironic faith" love irony
58) Analysing the history of cyborg imagery, Jennifer Gonzalez argues persuasively that 'imaginary representations of cyborgs take over when traditional bodies fail', and in this case, inscribed on the cyborg body are the fears and desires of a culture in rapid change.
Will the cyborgs in "Terminator: Genesis" be more human than machine?
AFP Quasi-immortalite, avenir de cyborg : l'homme est-il condamne a integrer des nanopuces dans son cerveau pour ne pas devenir obsolete?
Determined to make the popular science fiction concept of cyborgs a reality, Dmitry Itskov has been pushing the project forward since 2011 when he founded the 2045 Initiative, which is supposedly the deadline for 'substance-independent' minds to receive artificial bodies, Mashable reports.
It is also predicted that cyborgs could also be used to help in the home as individuals become able to interact with buildings or vehicles as an extension of themselves.
When he heads for home, Planet of the Cyborgs, he finishes up on a space ship Arcadia in the distant future with its custodians a cat, Pixel, and Boots, and a number of children rescued from a space colony invaded by Biomass Raiders who had taken their adult captives to Cyborgia and turned them into half-human, half machine cyborg slaves.
After analyzing recent iterations of female cyborgs as either dangerously sexual cyber-babes or machine-like wombs and attempting to locate parallels in Enlightenment fictions, philosophies, and medical texts, she concludes that there were no woman-machines.
Cyborgs are presented as a synthesis of organic and synthetic elements.
On July 9, 2355, the Silence will fall--and the cyborgs who travel back in time amassing human relics for The Company will find their mission completed and all communications halted.