Homo technicus

Homo technicus is a walking upright primate of the Hominidae family, living in symbiosis with machines. He has a strong desire to keep up with new technologies and digital devices. DNA analysis shows that Homo technicus appeared in the early twentieth century and today inhabits all continents. In 2023, its population is about 7.9 billion people.


The brain in Homo technicus is a kind of random access memory. It controls the living functions and the behaviour. Thanks to this organ the individual has unlimited access to memories, thoughts and feelings.


The heart of Homo technicus is the network interface card. It is an expansion card, part of the networked computer hardware that allows communication with the outside world.


The eye is a pair of sensory organs in Homo technicus, which has the ability to perceive the electromagnetic radiation of light waves and thus provide the main sensory and cognitive function – vision. It has a built-in graphics processor that can perform additional processing, thus reducing the load on the CPU.


The guts are part of the additional system of Homo technicus. They are the only internal organ with its own complete computer system that works entirely independently. This is why they are often referred to as the “second brain”.


The hand is part of the computer peripherals of Homo technicus. It plays an important role in communicating with the outside world. This communication is done through the ten keys that give access to social networks.


The head is the main part of the body which connects and synchronises all technical elements. The parameters of the head set out some of Homo technicus’ key features and prospects for future renovation.


The liver is the largest chip in the body of Homo technicus. It decodes and executes software instructions and handles data in the computer system. It is a small encapsulated silicon wafer with built-in microelectronic elements.


The neuron, also called a nerve cell, is a programming unit in Homo technicus. It is an electrically excitable clip that processes and transmits information through electrical signals. These signals are transmitted over a long cable that terminates in a USB chip.