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REPLAY of Professor Kevin Warwick from 2/25

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Date: Monday - March 11, 2002
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Kevin Warwick

Professor Kevin Warwick, the world's leading expert in Cybernetics, hereunveils the story of how he became the world's first Cyborg (part human,part machine) in a ground breaking set of scientific experiments. Humanshave limited capabilities. Humans sense the world in a restricted way,vision being the best of the senses. Humans understand the world in only 3dimensions and communicate in a very slow, serial fashion called speech. Butcan this be improved on? Can we use technology to upgrade humans?

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