Press & Web-link articles covering Project Cyborg.
 

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The story broke in England on Sunday July 21st 2002; with a two page review in the Mail on Sunday tabloid; followed by worldwide TV news coverage.


Links to other sites related to this story:


Techcentral | 14/10/2003
TechCentral - Leading humanity forward

Radio Singapore | 24/09/2003
Radio Singapore International Interview

 Detroit Free Press | 26/08/2003
This man wants to be a machine

The State | 19/08/2003
Scientist or cyborg? Professor intends to be both

KRT Wire | 15/08/2003
Researcher attempts to become a cyborg

CNN.com | 07/12/2000
Professor to wire computer chip into his nervous system

PrimEur Weekly | 07/12/2000
Project Cyborg 2.0 to investigate brain-computer interaction for motion and pain

To read the Review, above Click Here    WARNING: large file!

 

The book based on the experiences of the worlds first official cybernetic human, is now available to buy in the shops and On-Line retailers.
Chronicling the ascension of man through this evolutionary offshoot.
Not since homosapiens and Neanderthals walked the earth together, has their been a time in our evolution where two distinct species of human have existed at once.
The age of the Cyborg is now here.  More mutants will no doubt follow the lead that Professors Kevin Warwick and Brian Andrews have given.
If you intend to stay human in the years to come, then you should make a point of reading this book.
If you are considering the other options; then you definitely need to read this book!
Mankind will shortly be facing a turning point in his history once again.  But, this time, you will get to choose your side!

Available in bookshops or On-Line RRP 14.99

 

Finally...
Sadly, I have to add this (just in case anyone out there gets too frightened)

Please bare in mind that this work is revolutionary and scientifically important.  However, please also appreciate that a certain amount of 'spin' is also necessary in order to attract wider attention to the greater issues involved.
The work itself is very serious and beneficial.  Some of the views, however - expressed by the parties involved, are, at times, more concerned with stirring the imagination; and should be taken as tongue-in-cheek!

If you need further elaboration, that Professor Warwick is not really plotting world domination; then you need to read this web link article; and put your mind at rest - errr...
Kevin Warwick - Robot Man ;-)

 

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