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How the 1920s Viewed the Cyborg of the Future


Indeed, this image was unearthed from the November 1924 issue of Science and Technology magazine and it depicts how they foresaw the coming of the "Artificial Man."

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Man’s Camera Implant Rejected


A New York University arts professor who got a digital camera implanted into the back of his head late last year is experiencing difficulties. Wafaa Bilal’s body has rejected part of the camera.

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Miniature smart chip developed to fight chronic pain


NICTA CTO, Dr. John Parker, put it into perspective by noting that existing pain blocking implants are typically the size of a matchbox; the new INS2 is about the size of a single match head. The smaller size means that the effectiveness of the device is enhanced partly because it can be implanted closer to the spine.

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