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 The Cyberpunk universe is a subgenre of science fiction that often portrays a dystopian future where advanced technology and societal decay intersect. The term "cyberpunk" was first coined in the 1980s to describe a type of science fiction that combined high-tech and low-life elements, with a focus on computer hacking, artificial intelligence, and the implications of a world where technology is ubiquitous.

In a cyberpunk universe, society is often ruled by powerful corporations or governments that use technology to maintain control over the population. Cybernetic implants, virtual reality, and advanced weaponry are commonplace, and characters often navigate a gritty, neon-lit urban landscape filled with crime, corruption, and violence.

Famous examples of the cyberpunk universe include the works of William Gibson, such as "Neuromancer" and the Blade Runner movie franchise. Cyberpunk has also influenced popular culture in many other forms, including video games, music, and fashion.


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