The study by security firm Kaspersky revealed 92 percent of respondents would allow a physical aspect of themselves to be upgraded.
Additionally, almost 66 percent of people would consider incorporating their bodies with the latest tech – at the very least temporarily.
Researchers canvassed 14,500 adults across 16 countries around the world to arrive at their shock statistics.
At 81 percent, Italians were found to be the most likely to consider transforming into cyborgs.
Researchers at Monash University have designed a bionic device they believe can restore vision to the blind via a brain implant.
The team is now preparing for what may well be the world’s first human clinical trials of a bionic eye.
The “Gennaris bionic vision system”, has been more than a decade in the R&D.
Sounding something out of a science fiction film, the process bypasses damaged optic nerves to allow signals to be transmitted from the retina to the brain’s vision centre.
Arthur Lowery, professor at Monash University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, said: “Our design creates a visual pattern from combinations of up to 172 spots of light (phosphenes) which provides information for the individual to navigate indoor and outdoor environments, and recognise the presence of people and objects around them.”