Latest CSE Seminar Topic on Cyberorg The Future Of Mankind

Introduction to Cyberorg The Future Of Mankind Seminar Topic:

Cyborg is a cybernetic organism which is used for controlling various activities of the body. The device created by using is a part human and part machine which looks like a terminator. Manfred clynes was the person to introduce cyberorg in the year 1960. In this paper we will see for cyberorgs works and the advantages and disadvantages of using cyberorg.

Brief into cyberorg:

A human being has only limited capabilities and can communicates with slow process of speech, whereas a robot has more capabilities and can perform any kind of work and communicates with other devices through signals. In cyberorg process a chip will be introduced in the human body which controls the body functions like respiration and blood circulation etc. The chip introduce in the body consists of information regarding the person and it is a semiconductor material designed using silicon and it also provided with nano materials for performing the required activities.

An experiment was performed on a person which is a success, he introduced a transponder chip in arm and it control the opening of  doors windows and other devices without lifting his hand as it was monitored by a system. By using this cyberorg the man gets upgraded and improves his capabilities.

Advantages and Disadvantages:

As the chip is introduced in the body it acts as a GPS and we track the person easily. Through cyberorg we can communicate with the other persons through signals, the chip senses the signals and does the work. Due to this the human being will not be able decisions of his own as he goes under the control of computer. The division may occur in  the human race among the persons using cyberorg and the persons not using it. Thus we can conclude that cyberorg as certain advantages and disadvantages so it can be used  an extent which does not disturb human race.

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