Peter 2.0: Living as a Cyborg
A British scientist diagnosed with a debilitating disease was given two years to live. Rather than submitting to the prognosis, he turned to technology to fight it. In the process, Peter Scott-Morgan became Peter 2.0, the first full cyborg. We spent time with Peter to see how his continuing evolution is shaping his day-to-day life. We also spoke with experts to see how technology is increasingly unlocking the hidden potential of the human body, and allowing people to perform functions previously thought impossible.

Peter Scott-Morgan (Scientist/Author)
Inami Masahiko (Professor, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo)