Brain-Computer Interfaces Could Allow Soldiers to Control Weapons With Their Thoughts and Turn Off Their Fear
Brain-computer interfaces are currently being used to assist those with neuromuscular disorders in regaining everyday functions such as mobility and communication. The military is developing BCI technology to aid members in rapid response to threats. Researchers investigate the ethical questions of using neurotech such as BCI on the battle field.
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