Welcome to a new and intriguing-but-terrifying year! It may not be standard practice yet, but we're well on our way to a world where a large swath of the population have become cyborgs. That's not an exaggeration. Technically, all you need to be a cyborg is some functioning electronics installed in your body, and there's an underground industry for those very modifications that's booming.
Our guest today is a cyborg. She's got computer chips in her hands that she can program to do specific things. Like what, you ask? You'll have to listen to find out.
GUEST: Tamara Banbury, PhD student, voluntary cyborg