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Ill man aims to become most Cybernetic human

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British roboticist Peter Scott-Morgan doesn't want you to see him as a man who died from a neurodegenerative disease. He wants to become Peter 2.0 – the most advanced cyborg ever.

There's an extensive list of medical devices already helping him breathe, feed, and communicate; those technologies are set to grow in the near future. But, according to Scott-Morgan, this isn't about staving off death; it's about evolving.

"Yes, I know, this all sounds like science fiction," he admits on his blog.

"But some of the top brains in the world, in an alliance of some of the most powerful hi-tech megacorporations, are set to make it happen – by the end of this year."

https://www.sciencealert.com/a-terminally-ill-british-scientist-is-aiming-to-be-the-most-cybernetic-human-ever-created

http://www.scott-morgan.com/blog/next-generation-think-tank/becoming-peter-2-0/peter-2-0-the-present/

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freetoroam

It will happen one day where the body will be supported by technology. If this helps them mentally and they can affort it,  can't be bad.

But what happened to Peter 1.0 ?

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XenoFish
2 minutes ago, freetoroam said:

But what happened to Peter 1.0 ?

He broke and needs an upgrade.

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freetoroam
13 minutes ago, XenoFish said:

He broke and needs an upgrade.

Peter 2.0 is still early doors too. 

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