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Augment or augmentation may refer to:



  • Augmentation (obstetrics), the process by which the first and/or second stages of an already established labour is accelerated or potentiated by deliberate and artificial means
  • Augmentation (pharmacology), the combination of two or more drugs to achieve better treatment results
  • Augmented reality, a live view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input
  • Augmented cognition, a research field that aims at creating revolutionary human-computer interactions
  • Augment (Tymshare), a hypertext system derived from Douglas Engelbart's oN-Line System, renamed "Augment" by Tymshare
  • Augment (app), augmented reality software




In fiction

  • Nanobiotechnology augmentations, a feature in the computer game Deus Ex
  • Prosthetic augmentations, a key feature in the computer game Deus Ex: Human Revolution
  • Augments (Star Trek), genetically enhanced humans, in the Star Trek franchise
  • Transhumans in David Brin's post-apocalyptic novel The Postman


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