Carleigh Morgan is a Fulbright scholar and PhD candidate at King’s College London under the supervision of Dr Seb Franklin. Her dissertation explores the cybernetic sutures between bodies and machines, with particular emphasis on the diagrams of legibility that encode gamers as programmable and readable by computer technologies. Her critical frameworks cite scholarship on biohacking, neurocognitive enhancement, computational culture, digital capture, human optimization, neural programmability, machine vision, interface poetics, and human-computer interaction studies--though the methodological modes of her project are cybernetic in thought. In 2016 she graduated from the MA in Contemporary Literature, Culture, and Theory at King's College, London with a Distinction and is currently a research assistant at the Centre for Digital Culture, exploring new imaginaries for post-capitalist futures. Personal interests include AI, virtual reality, neuroenhancement, indie games, wetware, object-oriented erotica—and sending romantic dispatches to machine learning bots on Twitter.