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Official Trailer started as a manga novel (created by Masamune Shirow in 1989), its huge success lead to the production of animated films, anime series, video games and novels, and is said to have inspired the Matrix.
However, cyborgs, by definition, describe something that is not entirely an organic human.
Moreover, limiting a discipline to the study of humans may be difficult the more that technology allows humans to transcend the normal conditions of organic life.
Haraway's "Cyborg Manifesto" suggests that technology like virtual avatars, artificial insemination, sexual reassignment surgery, and artificial intelligence might make dichotomies of sex and gender irrelevant, even nonexistent.
She goes on to say that other human distinctions (like life and death, human and machine, virtual and real) may similarly disappear in the wake of the cyborg.
Some academics believe that only humans have agency and technology is an object humans act upon, while others argue that humans have no agency and culture is entirely shaped by material and technological conditions.
Humans and technology both have the agency to shape one another.
In the narrowest sense of the word, cyborgs are people with machinated body parts.
These cyborg parts may be restorative technologies that help a body function where the organic system has failed, like pacemakers, insulin pumps, and bionic limbs, or enhanced technologies that improve the human body beyond its natural state.
It focuses on the activities of the counter terrorist organization Public Security Section 9 in a futuristic Japan (year 2034) specialized in fighting technology related crime.
the heroin is a female cyborg named , she has superhuman / bionic powers thanks to her mechanical body; only her brain and a segment of her spinal cord remain organic, the rest of her body is synthetic.
Cyborg anthropology uses traditional methods of anthropological research like ethnography and participant observation, accompanied by statistics, historical research, and interviews.