DailyDirt: Melding Humans And Machines

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“Terminator”-like cyborgs may still be just a thing of science fiction, but modern technological advances in bionics are enabling people to regain or enhance their ability to do everyday things that most people take for granted. Here are just a few examples of some bionically enhanced people (and animals).

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Wally (profile) says:

Joyce, you forgot something here:

“The Mercedes Formula One team gave a new bionic arm to a teenage fan, who was born without a left hand, after he offered to sell Mercedes advertising space on his prosthetic arm. The customized i-LIMB Pulse, created with the help of Touch Bionics, allows him to do things like grip a pen to draw pictures and write, tie his shoe laces, and catch a ball.”

A rudimentary sense of touch 🙂

Killercool (profile) says:

Re: Re:

Why would any believer who has read his bible decry this as an attempt to play God? I only see people using their god given talents, and hard earned skills to help their fellow man.

Luke (of the Gospel according to Luke) was a doctor.

I Corinthians 3:13 : “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”

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