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‘Expanding the capabilities of the human body’: Russian biohackers turn to implants, supplements and extreme exercise

Gripping a scalpel, Vladislav Zaitsev makes an incision in the fold of skin between his client's thumb and index finger ...
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‘More than human’: How neural implants, robotics and artificial intelligence are redefining who we are

Advances in human enhancement make cyborgs a future possibility ...
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Meet biohacker Anastasia Synn, magician with 26 self-implanted microchips and magnets under her skin

[Anastasia] Synn has 26 microchips and magnets implanted throughout her body. Unlike many biohackers who experiment purely out of personal ...