Psychocybernetics

noun
A scientific field concerned with digitizing the personality of an individual.
Source
The Beast Has Died

Atavachron

noun
A device used to prepare a time traveller’s cellular structure and brain patterns for survival in their selected time period.
Origin
Derived from atavus (ancestor) and khrónos (time).
Source
Star Trek: The Original Series

Starcrosser

noun
An interplanetary spacecraft.
Source
The Fifth Head of Cerberus

Vespcam

noun
A miniature video camera with the ability to hover in the air.
Origin
Derived from vespa (wasp).
Source
Embassytown

Joyboy

noun
An artificial male lover.
Source
A Borrowed Man

Roundvid

noun
A two-dimensional video recording – contrast with trivid.
Origin
Presumed to be coined after the full potential image area of a lens.
Source
A Borrowed Man

Reclone

noun
A reconstruction of a deceased person, cloned from their DNA and implanted with their scanned memories.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘reconstruction’ and ‘clone’.
Source
A Borrowed Man

Terrorartist

noun
A person who uses terrorism as a medium for artistic expression.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘terrorist’ and ‘artist’.
Source
Neom

Embryomech

noun
A technology that can build any object from surrounding matter.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘embryo’ and ‘mechanical’.
Source
Neom

Adai

noun
Artificial intelligence created by applying a software morphogenesis model to human genetic data.
Origin
Acronym of ‘autonomously developing artificial intelligence’.
Source
Singleton

Microhistories

noun plural
Marginally different strands of reality, caused by sequences of events where various different things happen with subatomic particles throughout the universe.
Source
Oracle

Legemat

noun
An optical character reader and universal language translator for text.
Origin
Derived from legere (to read) and Automat (machine).
Source
Changing Planes