Friday, October 23, 2020

Tamara P Banbury

Tamara Banbury is a PhD student in Communication and Media Studies where her research centers on the people she has termed voluntary cyborgs – people who implant technology inside their bodies for enhancement or augmentation purposes.
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Tamara Banbury is a PhD student in Communication and Media Studies where her research centers on the people she has termed voluntary cyborgs – people who implant technology inside their bodies for enhancement or augmentation purposes.

‘I choose to be a cyborg’: Why I implanted computer chips in my hands

I have computer chips in my hands. The tiny (two millimetre by 12 millimetre) glass ampules are nestled just under the skin on the back...

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