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Cyborg (Cybernetic Organisms)

  title={Cyborg (Cybernetic Organisms)},
  author={R. Shruthi Priya and S. Revathy},
In the years ahead we will witness machines with intelligence more powerful than that of humans. This will mean that robots, not humans, make all the important decisions. It will be a robot dominated world with dire consequences for humankind. Is there an alternative way ahead? Humans have limited capabilities. Humans sense the world in a restricted way, vision being the best of the senses. Humans understand the world in only 3 dimensions and communicate in a very slow, serial fashion called… 

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