July 13, 2017
The US military is creating a new class of biosensors that could create weapons that sense if soldiers are stressed and know what they might need to fight better.
The groundbreaking programme, which according to the report is not far from creating genetically engineered soldiers, could massively improve humans’ fighting ability.
Earlier this year the AirForce successfully tested a helmet that monitors brain activity knows if the pilot is feeling stressed or panicked.
By 2020, Navy SEALS and Army Rangers could be wearing an exoskeleton that protects them when shooting down high-value targets.
This article was posted: Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 8:08 am