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Meet the first real cyborg: It's a British computer scientist named Kevin Warwick who has a silicon chip implanted in his arm. The chip communicates through radio waves with computers in Mr. Warwick's lab at the University of Reading, just west of London.

When he enters the lab, the computers inside know who he is and greet him with a "hello." Mr. Warwick and his chip are part of a new but growing field of computer engineering in which engineers are trying to embed computing power into people.

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