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Motherboard: The Cyborg
Kevin Warwick is the first human cyborg. An implant in his wrist can make his office respond to signals from his nervous system.
July 17, 2013
Popular Science Magazine
Smartphones of the Future
Sick of having to replace your phone after cracks, bumps and splashes wear it down? Fan of the Matrix? Well, in the future a Morpheus-like doctor/kios...
August 02, 2015
The List TV
Discover a Robot Band Playing in Japan
Robotic band Z Machines play alongside pop singers.
July 11, 2013
Cyborg Neil Harbisson Hears Colors With an...
Neil Harbisson was born totally colorblind. In 2004 he began wearing a color detector that converts visible colors — and some invisible electromagneti...
June 02, 2013
Deus Ex Human Revolution The Eyeborg Docum...
Cybernetic implants are already being used. Check out eye implants and prosthetic arms are helping people today.
April 01, 2012
Robots Can Sink a Putt Better Than Humans
Aude Billard, while attending Swissnex San Francisco, talks about the robotic golf playing arm, and the calculations and programming involved which go...
June 18, 2012
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Augmentation
A look at current, real-life augmentations
September 11, 2011
Deus Ex: Human Revolution "Real Life Augme...
The makers of Deus Ex: Human Revolution scour the world to find real people with real, cybernetic implants and augmentations.
August 28, 2011
NASA Drops an Aircraft During Aviation Res...
NASA drops an aircraft, while doing aviation research.
July 30, 2015
Reuters - Viral Video
These Little Organs Could Be Big for Stem-...
Three-dimensional organs are the latest in stem-cell research, and they reveal where organ development goes wrong.
August 05, 2015
Calling All Bear Poop Collectors! Parks Ca...
Parks Canada is turning to the public for help with bears by collecting their scat samples. It's a crappy job but someone has to do it, right?
June 10, 2015
HuffPost Canada Studios
Americans Show Broad Support for Charlie H...
A study from the Pew Research Center shows more Americans think it was OK for Charlie Hebdo to publish the cartoons that prompted the deadly attack.
January 31, 2015
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