The U.S. Department of Defense love Star Wars. The Pentagon is in the works of moving all files and operations to a cloud (or a HUGE server) entitled JEDI or The Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (read more about JEDI).
Now, the Pentagon us using the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop military Troops to use mind control to manipulate technology.
Humans to Control Machines in the Future Pentagon Says
DARPA is selecting teams to develop a “neural interface” that would both allow troops to connect to military systems using their brainwaves and let those systems transmit back information directly to users’ brains.
The Next-Generation Non-Surgical Neurotechnology, or N3, program aims to combine the speed and processing power of computers with humans’ ability to adapt to complex situations, DARPA said. In other words, the technology would let people control, feel and interact with a remote machine as though it were a part of their own body.
DARPA began studying interactions between humans and machines in the 1960s, and while technology that merges the two may sound far-fetched, the organization already proved it’s possible.
“We don’t think about N3 technology as simply a new way to fly a plane or to talk to a computer, but as tool for actual human-machine teaming,” Emondi said. “As we approach a future in which increasingly autonomous systems will play a greater role in military operations, neural interface technology can help warfighters build a more intuitive interaction with these systems.”
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