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What is a Cyborg?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Feb 22, 2020

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S.Sophie

S.Sophie

Answered Feb 12, 2020

Cyborg is a term gotten when the first three letters of the word 'Cybernetic' are added to the first three letters of the word 'Organism.' Cyborg can be used in different ways, especially when you are trying to describe an organism that has both biological and artificial components in its body. The word can also be used to refer to humans, as far as they are having some kind of electronic and bionic prosthesis in them.

For instance, someone that has undergone an artificial replacement of a body part, regardless of whether the artificial replacement is in the internal body or external, can be described as a cyborg. In other words, whenever you have any part of your body being replaced by a kind of technology, you are nothing but a cyborg. Anybody with wearable technological materials can be regarded as a cyborg. Also, it can be used to describe an artificial creation that is more or less fictional in its capacity to carry out some tasks.

 

I.Isabella

I.Isabella

Answered Feb 07, 2020

Cyborg is a short form word. The full form word is a cybernetic organism. This organism is a combination of both biological and technological parts. There are two types of cyborgs. It can either be a robot with organic components, or it can be a person who has machine parts. Most people see cyborgs as humans, as opposed to robots.

This is because they are made of more organic components instead of being a made-up creature or idea. Cyborgs normally have electronic mechanisms implanted into their brain or nervous system. The first human cyborg was a stroke victim who had lost many days today abilities. The cyborg engineering helped him regain the activities of his everyday life.

 

Daniel Drake

Daniel Drake

Answered Jan 12, 2020

Cyborg is the short form of the term “cybernetic organism.” The cybernetic organism is an organism with both biological and technological parts. These can either be a person who has machine parts or a robot that has organic components. In most cases, humans are seen as cyborgs because robots with organic components are more of hypothetical creation.

A human with robotic implants on the limbs or around the torso, artificial cardiac pacemaker, implantable cardioverter-defibrillator, enhanced visions, or other IT components is termed, a cyborg. Carbon nanotubes are used in artificial engineering of tissues to produce materials for electrical and mechanical purposes. In medicine, the cyborg is used to restore lost functions or to enhance the functions of organs.

 

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