Publisher description for I, cyborg / Kevin Warwick.
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An account of an artificial intelligence experiment in humans.
Computer chips will be inserted into the nervous systems of both the author, a professor of Cybernetics, and his wife. The experiment is to determine if emotions such as intoxication, anger, lust, can be read by the computer in terms of patterns of nervous excitement. Can these recorded emotions be beamed back to the chip in the body and experienced all over again? Will the emotions be communicable between two people – if one feels desire in New York, will the other be able to feel it in London? Will it change forever what it means to be human?
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Warwick, K, Computer engineers England Biography, Human-computer interaction, Integrated circuits, Cyborgs