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1. A genre of near-future science fiction in which conflict and action take place in virtual-reality environments maintained on global computer networks in a worldwide culture of dystopian alienation. The prototypical cyberpunk novel is William Gibson’s Neuromancer (1982).
2. A category of popular culture that resembles the ethos of cyberpunk fiction.
3. A person or fictional character who resembles the heroes of cyberpunk fiction.