If you think about how connected we are — smartphones in our pocket, computers on our laps, internet at our fingertips — it might be reasonable to assume that we kind of, sort of already are cyborgs. Can you imagine if someone in the past saw a person wearing Google Glass today? He'd totally believe that person was half-robot.
Filmmaker, futurist and friend of Gizmodo Jason Silva goes on an epic audible thought bubble discussing how gadgets have become extensions of our skin. It's similar to a chat he had with us a while ago about The Singularity.
Is he right? Are we all just cyborgs now? And if we aren't, what do those tools mean to us? [Shots of Awe]