Recent Examples of cyborg from the Web
Even the very first advances in civilization had this cyborg quality.
Years from now, when baseball teams deploy cyborgs who throw 150 mph and pitch when an artificial intelligence bot in the dugout tells them to, people may remember 2017 as the moment the future of pitching became clear.
Tucker's mural is a primary-color mashup of art and science featuring a cyborg owl and geometric shapes reminiscent of building blocks.
But the newest wave of wearables is borderline cyborg status.
Speaking of Calvin, is Taylor's cyborg a wink to Nils Sjöberg?
On Twitter, pro-Russian bots and cyborgs helped promote accusations that McCain allied with neo-Nazis in the past, such as during Ukraine’s civil unrest in 2013.
My former opposition to human cyborgs linked to computer networks was most likely the residue of old, now thoroughly discredited ideas.
Anderson played Oscar Goldman, Majors' boss at the secret government spy agency the astronaut went to work for after becoming a cyborg.
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Origin and Etymology of cyborg
First Known Use: 1960See Words from the same year
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