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          Cyborg: Manufacturing the man-machine      Cache   Translate Page      
On shop floors, it’s still cheaper to employ humans but automation is the only way out for the more complex, hazardous tasks.
          Manipulating humans – a challenge to science and faith      Cache   Translate Page      
Advances in artificial intelligence, genomics or cyborg-like brain implants challenge religious faith and also our notion of what makes us human. Denis Alexander says that religious thinking can relate to science and shouldn’t be excluded.
          Young Readers: Reviews of The Brain: The Ultimate Thinking Machine and Hey, Kiddo: How I Lost My Mother, Found My Father, and Dealt with Family Addiction      Cache   Translate Page      

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On this episode of the Comics Alternative’s Young Readers series, Gwen and Krystal discuss two new releases: Tory Woollcott and Alex Graudins’s The Brain: The Ultimate Thinking Machine, the most recent volume in First Second Books’ Science Comicsseries, geared towards upper elementary and middle grade readers, and Jarrett J. Krosoczka’s Hey, Kiddo: How I Lost My Mother, Found My Father, and Dealt with Family Addiction, a YA comics memoir, published by Scholastic’s Graphix imprint.

To introduce Woollcott and Graudins’ The Brain, Gwen and Krystal talk about non-fiction, informational comics for young readers, bringing up other volumes in the Science Comics series, such as M.K. Reed and Joe Flood’s Dinosaurs, as well as Maris Wicks’ Human Body Theater, and Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes’ Secret Coders. Gwen explains that all of these texts place scientific or mathematical information within a fictional frame, and she summarizes the basic premise of The Brain, which places two sisters, Fahama and Nour, in a setting that is reminiscent of wacky 1960s and 1970s monster films or TV shows like The Munsters. Krystal praises Woollcott and Graundin’s use of a diverse cast, both in terms of the principal characters and of the individuals who appear in illustrations of the way that the brain impacts human functioning. Both Krystal and Gwen detail some of the memorable spreads in the comic and view the text as an excellent story and reference book for young readers.

Next, the two PhDs move on to a young adult graphic memoir, Jarrett J. Krosoczka’s Hey, Kiddo, which is already earning critical acclaim and award buzz (it is a National Book Award finalist). Krosoczka is well-known as the author of nearly a dozen picture books and of the Lunch Lady graphic novel series, but Hey, Kiddo is his first YA offering. Gwen recommends Krosoczka’s 2012 TED Talk “How a boy became an artist,” as well as his 2014 TED Talk on the Lunch Ladycomics. Both provide insight into Krosoczka’s childhood influences and artistic choices. Krystal then gives a detailed description of the way Hey, Kiddo mirrors -- and expands upon -- many of the artist-focused coming of age narratives that have been popular in recent decades, including Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home: A Family Tragicomedy (2006) and Özge Samanci’s Dare to Disappoint: Growing Up in Turkey (2015).  Krystal also applauds Krosoczka’s use of line style and color in commenting on memory, and Gwen testifies to the author’s ability to evoke a convincing depiction of 1970s New England. Both reviewers love this text and highly recommend it for teens and adults.

The Young Readers series will be on hiatus in December, but Gwen and Krystal will be back in January with a look at some of the YA graphic novel highlights of 2018.

 

 


          The houseplant that can keep itself alive: Elowan the 'cyborg' plant can roll towards the light      Cache   Translate Page      
Elowan, described by the MIT researchers behind it as a 'cybernetic lifeform' is able to automatically roll itself towards nearby light, making sure it gets enough to survive.
          12/4/2018: WORLD: SCHWARZENEGGER WOULD TERMINATE FOSSIL FUEL USE      Cache   Translate Page      
KATOWICE, POLAND Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wishes he could travel back in time like the cyborg he played in The Terminator so he could stop fossil fuels from being used. “If we would’ve never started in that direction and used other technology,...
          Cyborg Houseplant Can Drive Itself Toward the Light It Craves      Cache   Translate Page      


During the impending robopocalypse, humanity will have to ward off freakishly agile androids, robotic dogs, whatever the hell this is, and, as new research from MIT suggests, quasi-autonomous, mobile robot-plant hybrids.

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          Comment on Retina Implant Restores Vision, Lets Cyborgs See IR Spectrum! by Chips im Auge – Serapion: E-Health | Digital Health | Gesundheitswesen | Digitale Privatsphäre | Informationssicherheit | Datenschutz | Gesundheitsdaten | Digitalisierung | New Work | Startups      Cache   Translate Page      
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Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wishes he could travel back in time like the cyborg he played in The Terminator so he could stop fossil fuels from being used. “If we would’ve never started in that direction and used other technology, we’d be much better...
          Jack Jetstark's Intergalactic Freakshow by Jennifer Lee Rossman Spotlight      Cache   Translate Page      
 
Jack Jetstark travels the universe to seek out the descendants of superpowered freaks created long ago by VesCorp scientists. The vibrations encoded in a particular song transform the members of Jack’s crew into a firebreather and an angel, a wildman and telepathic conjoined triplets, so they hide the truth of who they really are with the theatrics of a carnival. The song plays every night through the receptor Jack carries with them, but when one night it has a different ending and their temporary powers become permanent, Jack believes the change is a signal from the woman who sent him on this quest in the first place. He and his freaks must navigate a universe at war to protect the love of his life. But does the ruler of VesCorp really need protecting?

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 Author Jennifer Lee Rossman is a disabled and autistic freak, and proudly so. Her work has been featured in many anthologies and her debut novella, Anachronism, was published by Kristell Ink in 2018. She blogs at http://jenniferleerossman.blogspot.com/ and tweets @JenLRossman.
“First thing you’ve got to know,” I said, brushing my hair from my face as the wind began to pick up, “is that we’re all freaks. Everyone in the whole universe, for one reason or another. Most try to hide this fact. A few of us embrace it, not so much because we want to but because there’s nothing else for us. So we show people the terrifying and unseemly parts of us no one wants to see, and we charge ’em good money to see it.” Lily stepped forward and knelt to display her shoulders and back, all bare, featherless skin down to the dangerously low neckline of her sequined dress. “See? No wings.” “But you flew,” Cara insisted. “If it isn’t costumes and harnesses, then what?” I held up the receiver, a small wooden box the size of my hand with a speaker on one side and images of galaxies and solar systems carved into the others. Not the most advanced technology, but I wouldn’t have anything else. I checked the time. Soon. I debated how much to tell her. No matter how many times I tried to explain it, it never sounded remotely plausible, but I had to warn her. Seeing the end result was one thing; seeing it happen before your eyes was another matter entirely, though the complete truth was an ancient burden none of them deserved to be saddled with. “The music plays,” I said. “Same song, same time every night, and it triggers something inside us. That feeling you had, like you were made of magic? That’s what it feels like when your DNA recognizes a song, even if you’ve never heard it before.” She stared at me in eager anticipation, nodding slowly. Whether she actually believed me or was just humoring me, I couldn’t say, but it was a nice change from the usual interruptions of “that’s impossible” and “science doesn’t work that way.” I cast a sideways glance at Theon, who had given me more trouble than the others, and continued. “Makes you feel alive, like there’s a purpose to your existence and you can do the impossible, and that ain’t just in your mind. We’re all freaks, but we—” I motioned to my crew. “Well, we’re different. Our bodies hear that song, and it triggers our genes to change, to grow into… I don’t know, the true selves that live in our heart or some sentimental crap like that.” “How poetic,” Lily said with a laugh. She looked up at Cara. “I know it’s hard to understand. It happens to me every night, and I still have no idea how it works, but I can fly, Merulo becomes the feral wildman, Parthen and the boys really can read each others’ minds and feel each others’ pain… Jack breathes fire and gains the ability to give impassioned speeches without sounding like an uninterested jerk.” I checked the time again. “So what changed in you?” Pneuman asked with earnest interest. “During the music, I mean?” Cara hesitated, almost like she was afraid of hearing the absurdity out loud. “I turn into a wild beast,” Merulo pointed out quietly. “And these three grow into one, psychic organism. Whatever you’re about to say will probably be the most normal thing we’ve heard in months.” After another moment’s thought, Cara rolled up her sleeves. Her arms, though pale peach and freckled like her face, gleamed in the diminishing sun. I reached out to touch her. Cold, almost metallic. That explained how she opened the lock. “You’re a cyborg,” I said, tapping my nail on her forearm to hear the clinking sound. They just couldn’t get the texture right, no matter how hard they tried. Her moon didn’t seem like the type of place to have a neurologist trained in bio implants, and I doubted anyone there could afford to travel to see one. “Fancy. Who wired it into your brain?” “I did it all myself.” She held up a hand and demonstrated the various functions and attachments installed in her fingers, glossing right over the fact that she had just admitted to performing brain surgery on herself. She yanked her sleeves down. “And I’m not a cyborg,” she clarified. “I’m just good with electronics and I like gadgets. My dad says it’s bad to be a cyborg.” “Well, I tell you what, kid. You can’t make a person change by pointing out their flaws, but you can be the one person who doesn’t try to.” “I’ve always had a connection to electronics,” she said, shyly extending a hexagonal wrench from her forefinger, “like I could talk to them. But when I heard the music… something happened.” I checked my watch. Not long now. “Yeah, something always happens. What matters is what happened to you, kid.” “They… talked back.” Her words came slow at first, her reluctance to being different still holding her back, but as she talked, she grew more excited, more animated. “I could hear the messages stored on the phones of everyone around me, could see the last videos that played on their contact lenses. I could see the blueprints of your ship in my head. She’s an Aldebaran cargo ship, Highwire model. Superluminal capability, more weapons than she came out of the factory with, and she has a capacitor that should be repaired soon. And I felt like, if I wanted to, I could touch any source of power on the ship and control everything remotely.” “Ready to feel that way again?” I asked, holding out the transmitter as showtime approached. And passed. It was time, but the music didn’t play. The music didn’t play. Why didn’t the music play?

          VIDEO: Valentina Shevchenko Talks UFC 231 Title Fight and Training with Cris Cyborg      Cache   Translate Page      

Valentina Shevchenko UFC 231 media scrum

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Valentina Shevchenko recently sat down with members of the media in Los Angeles to discuss her UFC 231 co-main event bout with former UFC strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk. The two will square off in the Octagon for the vacant UFC flyweight championship this weekend in Toronto.

TRENDING > Watch Valentina Shevchenko Destroy Priscila Cachoeira (UFC 231 Free Fight)

Tune in to MMAWeekly.com for full UFC 231: Holloway vs. Ortega live results on Saturday, Dec. 8. The first bout is slated to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT, and we’ll have live results and fight stats throughout the event.


          UFC 232: Jones vs. Gustafsson 2 Fight Card      Cache   Translate Page      

UFC 232 Jones vs Gustafsson 2 Fight Card

UFC 232: Jones vs. Gustafsson 2
Date: Dec. 29, 2018
Venue: T-Mobile Arena
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

 

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UFC 232: Jones vs. Gustafsson 2 Fight Card

Main Card (10 p.m. ET on Pay-Per-View)

  • Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson*
  • Cris Cyborg (c) vs. Amanda Nunes
  • Carlos Condit vs. Michael Chiesa
  • Ilir Latifi vs. Corey Anderson
  • Chad Mendes vs. Alexander Volkanovski

Prelims (8 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1)

  • Andrei Arlovski vs. Walt Harris
  • Cat Zingano vs. Megan Anderson
  • Douglas Silva de Andrade vs. Petr Yan
  • BJ Penn vs. Ryan Hall

Early Prelims (6:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass)

  • Brian Kelleher vs. Montel Jackson
  • Uriah Hall vs. Bevon Lewis
  • Curtis Millender vs. Siyar Bahadurzada

*For vacant UFC light heavyweight championship
**For UFC featherweight championship


          Arnold vs. Donald: Schwarzenegger takes shots at Trump during COP24      Cache   Translate Page      
Global News Published on Dec 3, 2018 Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wishes he could travel back in time like the cyborg he played in “The Terminator” so he could stop fossil fuels from being used. “If we would’ve never started … Continue reading
          Dalin në shitje biletat për Aquaman në Cineplexx      Cache   Translate Page      
Filmi më i ri nga universi “DC Extended Universe”, Aquaman, arrin në Cineplexx më 13 dhjetor. Universi i cili filloi me Man of Steel në 2013, është zgjeruar duke përfshirë karaktere si Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash dhe Cyborg, të gjithë të cilët u bashkuan për ta luftuar një armik të përbashkët në filmin […]
          12/4/2018: WORLD: SCHWARZENEGGER WOULD TERMINATE FOSSIL FUEL USE      Cache   Translate Page      
KATOWICE, POLAND Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wishes he could travel back in time like the cyborg he played in The Terminator so he could stop fossil fuels from being used. “If we would’ve never started in that direction and used other technology,...
          Cyborg Houseplant Can Drive Itself Toward the Light It Craves      Cache   Translate Page      


During the impending robopocalypse, humanity will have to ward off freakishly agile androids, robotic dogs, whatever the hell this is, and, as new research from MIT suggests, quasi-autonomous, mobile robot-plant hybrids.

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          The houseplant that can keep itself alive: Elowan the 'cyborg' plant can roll towards the light      Cache   Translate Page      
Elowan, described by the MIT researchers behind it as a 'cybernetic lifeform' is able to automatically roll itself towards nearby light, making sure it gets enough to survive.
          The Authority: Volume 1: Revolution       Cache   Translate Page      
£4 Was £8.99 RRP £8.99

THE REVOLUTION WILL BE SUPERHUMAN!

High above Earth, aboard a fifty-mile-wide alien vessel, live the Authority - “King of Cities” Jack Hawksmoor; the shamanic Doctor; the winged warrior Swift; the cyborg Engineer; the leather-clad Midnighter and the solar-powered Apollo, as well as Jenny Quantum, the awesomely powerful new incarnation of the fallen Jenny Sparks! In the wake of the Authority’s coup d’etat, the team are in charge of America…and hating it!

But then a team of patriotic superheroes declares war on the Authority, and they’re forced back into action…When a broken Apollo arrives from the future, with a message for the Midnighter - he must break apart the Authority - at any cost!

Warning: Adults only!


          Mortal Engines (Signed Edition)       Cache   Translate Page      
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The first book in the award-winning MORTAL ENGINES quartet.

In a dangerous future, huge motorised cities hunt, attack and fight each other for survival. As London pursues a small town, young apprentice Tom is flung out into the wastelands, where a terrifying cyborg begins to hunt him down. MORTAL ENGINES launched Philip Reeve’s brilliantly-imagined creation, the world of the Traction Era, where mobile cities fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic future.

Now, in time for the film debut, the critically acclaimed MORTAL ENGINES quartet is repackaged with a fantastic and eye-catching cover featuring new artwork.


          Comment on Six Flags announces DC Super Hero-themed attractions, world’s first racing launch coaster and more for 2019 by Miyamoto and her friend Danielle-chan      Cache   Translate Page      
"but suddenly a sentient cybernetic system called The Grid hacks into the mainframe and takes control of the lab." Did somebody just say Grid? I'm pretty sure I heard somebody say Grid. Cyborg is hot and all, but Grid adds another level of hotness (even though Cyborg is hotter.)
          NYCC 2018: “Reign of the Supermen” Cast and Crew Press Roundtables      Cache   Translate Page      
NYCC 2018 Reign of the Supermen

(splash image left to right: Jim Krieg and Tim Sheridan (screenwriters); Nyambi Nyambi (voice actor – Martian Manhunter); Patrick Fabian (voice actor – Cyborg Superman); James Tucker (executive producer); Phil Bourassa (character designer); Toks Olagundoye (voice actor – Cat Grant); Sam Liu (producer/director) At New York Comic Con 2018 in October (…wait, what happened to […]

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          NYCC 2018: “Reign of the Supermen” Cast and Crew Press Roundtables      Cache   Translate Page      
NYCC 2018 Reign of the Supermen

(splash image left to right: Jim Krieg and Tim Sheridan (screenwriters); Nyambi Nyambi (voice actor – Martian Manhunter); Patrick Fabian (voice actor – Cyborg Superman); James Tucker (executive producer); Phil Bourassa (character designer); Toks Olagundoye (voice actor – Cat Grant); Sam Liu (producer/director) At New York Comic Con 2018 in October (…wait, what happened to […]

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          "Az igazság ligája" (Justice League) műanyag figura / 7 db-os szett: Superman, Batman, The Flash... - Jelenlegi ára: 8 290 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      

"Az igazság ligája" (Justice League) műanyag figurák/
7 db-os szett: Superman, Batman, The Flash,
Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (Zöld Lámpás),
Aquaman, Cyborg.
A figurák karjai és lábai mozgathatóak.
Méret: kb. 15-18 cm (karaktertől függően)
Ára: 8290, -Ft/7 db-os szett
A terméket a vételár átutalása után rendelem meg Kínából.
A szállítási idő 3-5 hét.

Jelenlegi ára: 8 290 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-12-05 22:50
          This plant is a cyborg (and it might be the future of interfaces)      Cache   Translate Page      

A Parsons and MIT researcher hooked up electrodes to a plant’s leaves to turn it into a robotic sensor.

“Green technology” might conjure up images of wind farms or solar cells. But one researcher at Parsons takes the phrase a bit more literally.

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          Russian Instagram Model Ekaterina Zueva To Take Over The World      Cache   Translate Page      
I don’t know too much about this Russian chick Ekaterina Zueva, but like all Russians, I think she is a cyborg created by Putin to help them take over the world. How could we ever fight a war when there are chicks invading our social media like this? This is the real Trump collusion. View […]
          Francis Seeck: Recht auf Trauer (Serie 812: fiction for fairies and cyborgs)      Cache   Translate Page      
Francis Seeck: Recht auf Trauer: Klassismuskritische und queere Perspektiven auf Bestattungs- und Trauerpraktiken in Deutschland Wer ist betrauerbar? Wer wird erinnert? Dokumentation eines Vortrags aus der Vorlesungsreihe "Jenseits der Geschlechtergrenzen" der AG queer studies Hamburg, WS 18/19: https://agqueerstudies.de/vortragseinladung-2018-11-21-recht-auf-trauer-klassismuskritische-und-queere-perspektiven-auf-bestattungs-und-trauerpraktiken-in-deutschland/ Francis Seeck zeigt den Zusammenhang zwischen Machtverhältnissen (insbesondere Klassismus und Heteronormativität), Ausgrenzung und Beerdigungspraktiken auf. Aktuell werden immer mehr arme Menschen in Deutschland, für die keine Angehörigen die Bestattungspflicht wahrnehmen (können), ohne Grabstein und Namen von Gesundheits- und Ordnungsämtern bestattet. Francis Seeck: RECHT AUF TRAUER Bestattungen aus machtkritischer Perspektive, 2o17.


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