“As Kelsey Breseman, engineer at Technical Machine, points out, we don’t need to fret about becoming cyborgs. We’re already cyborgs: biological matrices augmented by wirelessly connected silicon arrays of various configurations. The problem is that we’re pretty clunky as cyborgs go.”
Early on in my growing interest in robotics I came to the conclusion that robotics and augmentation are two sides of the same coin, far more similar than different.
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