Welcome to your cyborg future.
UC Berkeley scientists have designed a sensor smaller than a grain of rice that could one day help analyze brain data.
Meet the man who is making a new kind of brain-computer interface.
"People dismiss sci-fi and technology as something that’s not cool and not glamorous, and I’ve made it my mission to change that."
Her augmentation hasn’t stopped her from rocking the music and fashion industries.
Like a real heart, down to the last beat.
This "Eyeborg" is just the beginning of human augmentation.
The hands can be created in just over 42 hours and cost around $3,360.
These programs maximize mobility for all citizens.
Amputation hasn't changed much since the Civil War. A new study could change that.
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