A British-born cyborg artist has landed in Dubai.
Neil Harbisson is known as the first person in the world with an antenna implanted in his skull and refereed to as a “half-human robot,” according to local newspaper Gulf News.
Here he explains how the wifi-enabled antenna in his head has helped him cope with color blindness.
Harbisson was in Dubai to attend the World Government Summit held this week.
He was recognized as the world’s first cyborg in 2004.
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