About Us

We are an Interpretation and Argument class at Carnegie Mellon University (Fall 2013) composed of students sharing a common interest: cyborgs. We discussed how topics such as virtual reality, future shock, human technological enhancement, dehumanization, and artificial intelligence play into the world of cyborgs. Along the way, we drew inspiration from the work of scientists such as Andy Clark and David Chalmers, a set of futuristic thinkers including Ray Kurzweil and H.G. Wells, and noted biohacker Tim Cannon of Grindhouse Wetwares. This finally culminated in the ability to construct a well-developed argument, which we expressed in a final project through original research and analysis. The end of this class is also a new beginning: We are now ready to utilize the skills we've learned to voice our unique perspectives on the topics of cyborgs and technology in many different fields. We hope this website will provide readers with a wealth of new ideas not previously considered. Now, thanks to instructor Will Penman, chief designer Max Harlynking, and programmer Nathaniel Biggs, we are proud to present to you our completed works. Enjoy!

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