Cyborg: Human and Machine Communication Paradigm (Hardcover)
This book provides in-depth information about the technical, legal, and policy issues that are raised when humans and artificially intelligent machines are enhanced by technology.
Cyborg: Human and Machine Communication Paradigm helps readers to understand cyborgs, bionic humans, and machines with increasing levels of intelligence by linking a chain of fascinating subjects together, such as the technology of cognitive, motor, and sensory prosthetics; biological and technological enhancements to humans; body hacking; and brain-computer interfaces. It also covers the existing role of the cyborg in real-world applications and offers a thorough introduction to cybernetic organisms, an exciting emerging field at the interface of the computer, engineering, mathematical, and physical sciences.
Academicians, researchers, advanced-level students, and engineers that are interested in the advancements in artificial intelligence, brain-computer interfaces, and applications of human-computer in the real world will find this book very interesting.