据伦理和新兴技术研究院（Institute for Emerging Ethics and Technologies）报道，在不久之前，英国里丁大学（University of Reading）的凯文•沃里克教授“勇敢地把一个叫BrainGate的设备植入到他前臂的正中神经上，以便控制电子设备，”他成功地迈出了把人与机器结合的第一步。我不认为这是一个坏的方向。给我也装上电子线路吧。我不知道你怎么想，但我不想被机器人取代，至少是在我决心做回全职人类之前，我不想那样。(财富中文网)
What about passion, dedication, loyalty? Can a robot provide those? No! On the other hand, it's easier to retire a robot when its day is done. You just throw it on the junk heap ... the way they did to Bob Podorsky, who used to head up the Northwest sales operation until last month ...
I'd say this appears to be a tie.
The Institute for Emerging Ethics and Technologies reports that professor Kevin Warwick of the University of Reading, U.K., "took that bold step to implant a BrainGate device onto his median nerve in his forearm to be able to control electronic devices" not too long ago, effectively taking the first step in merging man and machine. I don't think that's a bad direction to go. Wire me up. I don't know about you, but I don't want to be replaced until I'm ready to go back to being a human being full-time