A dying scientist fighting a motor neuron disease has become the first complete CYBORG in the world.

Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan, 61, was diagnosed with MND two years ago, but instead of accepting his fate, he decided to turn himself into a robot and extend his life.

    The scientist has abandoned his natural power of speech to potentially extend his life by several decades.

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The scientist has abandoned his natural power of speech to potentially extend his life by several decades.Credit: Twitter
    Much of his brain and body will now be synthetic

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Much of his brain and body will now be syntheticCredit: Twitter
    An identical avatar of his face is also part of the high tech makeover

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An identical avatar of his face is also part of the high tech makeoverCredit: Embody Digital / Youtube

He said that he wanted to push the boundaries of what science can achieve. So he decided to extend his life and become fully robotic – known as Peter 2.0.

This world-renowned robot, who has long suffered from the disease of muscle wasting, has already undergone a series of complex and risky operations, including an avatar of his face before losing any muscle.

The avatar is designed to meet the help of an artificially intelligent body language. He also explored eye tracking technology to allow him to control multiple computers using only his eyes.

And this week he followed the final procedure of his transition – where he traded his voice for decades of life.

PETER 2.0

He has lost his voice, but that means he will now avoid the added risk that saliva potentially enters his lungs.

Dr. Scott-Morgan described this final procedure as Peter 1.0 ending with a message this week on Twitter and wrote: "This is my last message as Peter 1.0.

"Tomorrow, join my voice to decades of life as we complete the final medical procedure for my transition to Full Cyborg, the month when I was told statistically that I would be dead.

"I'm not dying, I'm transforming myself Oh, I love science."

Dr. Scott-Morgan, of Torquay, Devon, added, "When I say" Cyborg ", I'm not just talking about an old cyborg, you understand, but by far the human cybernetic organism the most advanced ever created since 13.8 billion years.

When I say "Cyborg", you do not only understand an old cyborg, but by far the most advanced human cybernetic organism ever created in 13.8 billion years.

Dr. Scott-Morgan

"I am destined to become the first complete Cyborg in the world.

"Almost everything at home will be changed irreversibly – body and brain.

"It goes without saying that all my physical interactions with the world will become robotic, and of course, my five existing senses will be improved.

"But more importantly, part of my brain and all my external personality will soon be electronic – totally synthetic.

"From then on, I'll be hardware, wetware, digital and analog.

"And that will not stop there – I have more upgrades going on than Microsoft – mine is not just a version change – it's a metamorphosis."

It's a terminal illness like you've never seen it before. And for me, bring it. MND did not even begin to kneel. And even after I'm locked up, I'll always be up.

Dr. Scott-Morgan

The scientist also explored eye tracking technology to allow him to control multiple computers using only his eyes.

The scientist also has a remarkable high-end wheelchair, which he says is "brilliantly designed" on Twitter and allows him to stay upright, stay flat and go fast.

The Scott-Morgan Foundation, which he created with his husband, Francis, seeks to use artificial intelligence, robotics and other high-tech systems to transform the lives of those who are limited by age, illness, disability or any other physical or mental cause. disadvantage.

On his website, Dr. Scott-Morgan said that this vision was far from a dream: "We are about to change everything.All.I do not die – I transform myself.

"It's a terminal illness like you've never seen it before, and as far as I'm concerned, pass it on.

"MND did not even begin to kneel, and even long after I've been locked up, I'll always stay up.

"Thanks to HiTech, I will talk again, I will transmit emotion and personality, and I will touch the people I love, and I will not be the only one.

"Over time, more and more MND, with extreme disability, old age, with the passion to simply free themselves from their straitjacket, will choose to stand by my side.

"And we'll all stand up, and we'll be proud, and we'll be speechless."

    The robotist tries to prolong his life

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The robotist tries to prolong his lifeCredit: Twitter
    He withdrew his voice to avoid the risk of swallowing and choking with saliva.

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He withdrew his voice to avoid the risk of swallowing and choking with saliva.Credit: Twitter


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