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Originally posted by joecool9887
reply to post by Bedlam
I'm talking about a more personal chip future chip the way the chips are heading. Of the military chips they are talking about.
Originally posted by Bedlam
What sort of personal data do you envisage are going to be on a medical monitoring part?
"The large investments already present in nano-, info- and biotechnology should be coordinated and coupled with efforts in cognition. DARPA, NASA, NIH, and NSF already have major programs that seek to integrate nano-, bio- and info- research.”
"The intent is to take brain signals (nanotechnology for augmented sensitivity and nonintrusive signal detection) and use them in a control strategy (information technology), and then impart back into the brain the sensation of feedback signals (biotechnology).”
“The future requires a symbiosis of human and machine in a way that synergistically exploits the strengths of each. “
“Two of the critical issues for exoskeletons are power for actuation and biomechanical control integration.”
Originally posted by marinesniper0317
For Civilian life, I cannot believe I am saying this but I also would rather know when something is
wrong ahead of time. If I am having a heart attack it can trigger a 911 response to save my life.
Now all they have to do is make it an option or individuals decision...then I see no problem with it...
“We believe that, in the future, artificial cognitive systems will continually monitor, record, and assess a warfighter and his activities.”
And again, I feel the need to say I think that this "chipping" is morally wrong!
Originally posted by pianopraze
They have been talking about chipping troops for a long time.
They were talking about ti when I was in and I got out in 2000....
Very scary stuff. I hope they never do this.