In the digital landscape a new reality has started to shine by itself: the ubiquitous computing. A concept that is burying the common idea of machine and completely altering the role computers play nowadays. In this computational narrative, the challenge is no longer to add a new digital object to our list of tools, but to dote faculty of processing data to our domestic elements. In this regard, and unlike the desktop computation, ubiquitous computing proposes natural and constant interaction between users and environment, extending its influence in all fields of human phenomena, even in the most domestic and primary one: our body.
The consequences are far away from being anecdotal: we move from a human subject that uses a bunch of tools in a deliberate and discontinuous way, to a humanoid who dresses prosthesis digitally interconnected.
In other words, humans and machines become hybrids.