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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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The story follows Gulla's trials as a Biocon newcomer and cyborg trainee as she becomes a Nanna (the first level of mastery in Biocontraining), her subsequent failed attempt to have the phreno-stabilizer removed, and her hospitalization after her husband and his mistress attack her with the phreno-stabilizer's remote control unit until she passes out.
But it is only the deadly and corrupt forces that run the city that eventually gives Alita the clue to her past, a cyborg with unique fighting abilities that those in power will stop at nothing to control.
Its CGI-enmeshed protagonist and her fellow cyborgs almost seamlessly blend with the relatively authentic sets.
Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, The Flash and Aquaman join forces to fight evil in Justice League
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People need to have freedom to design themselves to avoid modifying the planet to fit their needs, said the world's first cyborg.
Summary: Neil Harbisson, the world's first officially recognised cyborg, has a wifi-enabled antenna in his head
It includes astute academic discourse examining Antigone through the lens of Donna Haraway's theoretical text "A Cyborg Manifesto." But it also breaks into lyric moments ("I am like one hundred electric eels.
In 1985, finding that feminism and Marxism had "run aground," scientist and philosopher Donna Haraway published "A Cyborg Manifesto," proposing "a creature in a post-gender world." Arguing for "pleasure in the confusion of boundaries and for responsibility in their construction," Haraway asserts that "we are all ...
"A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century" originally appeared as "Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s" in the Socialist Review (No.
Highlights from the event included the keynote address "Life in the Age of Cyborgs" by Neil Harbisson (pictured top left), a contemporary artist and cyborg activist best known for having an antenna implanted in his skull and for being officially recognized as a cyborg by the U.K.
Scientists have already made cyborg insects that can fly, scuttle and crawl, but controlling things like speed could allow biobots to do more complex tasks.
Before a rat cyborg can be used for navigation, a manual training process is needed to reinforce the desired behaviors (turning left, turning right, and moving forward) by pairing the behaviors with the corresponding electrical stimuli (LEFT, RIGHT, and FORWARD).
Thus, over the past ten years or so, "there has been a great deal of general interest within feminist and cultural theory in two related but distinct metaphors, that of cyberspace, and the cyborg" (Wolmark, 1999: 1).