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a computer user who uses the internet

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Cybernaut International's new management team made its first-ever public appearance.
Dassault Systemes (Paris:DSY), a provider of 3D design software, 3D Digital Mock Up and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, and Cybernaut, an investment group in China focusing on emerging industry, announced on Friday the signing of a strategic cooperation agreement on a series of 3DEXPERIENCE platform-related projects, including building Industry Parks, cultivating 3D talents and smart city programmes.
As the leading private equity fund in China, Cybernaut Investment Group focuses on emerging industry with high potential of consolidation and high value as a platform.
Nasir Ali Shah Bukhari (NASB) vide letter dated February 24, 2015, and March 2, 2015 informed SBP that they have identified the investor namely Cybernaut Investment Group (CIG) and requested for a due diligence approval.
Moreover, it was pointed out that they would allow the State to constantly keep under surveillance the activities of the cybernauts, and also that social networks like Facebook and YouTube would disappear (43).
Science fiction fantasy elements (a style later known as Spy-fi) emerged as the duo tackled killer Cybernaut robots and giant alien carnivorous plants.
The company is planning to launch the vehicles in collaboration with New Enterprise Associates-backed Cybernaut (China) Investment, a venture capital company.
Also joining the ECO tality board is Daryl Magana, a partner at Cybernaut Capital Management, a private equity firm with a focus on the China market.
The Global Village Idiot is the cybernaut eating a Big Mac.
Meanwhile, Bukatman seems to get carried away by the perspectival advantages provided by cyberspace, as if the entire breadth and density of this electronic realm could be simultaneously captured by the gaze (and processed by the mind) of a human cybernaut.
While familiarity with the Internet has moved from the bailiwick of the expert cybernaut to that of the general public, many computer users--those whose Internet experience rests solely on e-mail functions--still miss out on critical and fascinating applications offered by the communications age, much as users whose computing experience rests solely on word processing miss out on the benefits of modern graphics or database programs.
is a construct, a disembodied cybernaut, his personality downloaded into a program that talks, responds, reasons like Pauley, and yet is not Pauley, and yet is Pauley.
Remember pictures of the be-gloved, helmeted cybernaut, tethered by coils of fiber-optic cables to an assortment of computers?