Oct 10, 2012

DARPA's Mind Surveillance Technology With Virtual Soldiers & Brainwave Readers

BrainWave Readers
Via: Thenewamerican
 Taking a closer look at the descriptions of the goods being cooked up in the DARPA test kitchen gives a glimpse into the near future, where government agents (or those in local law enforcement attached to them) are able to scan the brainwaves of people in a crowd and detect the presence of a potential threat to homeland security. Once identified, the target can then be followed anywhere on the globe using an interconnected web of cameras and other recording devices that upload real-time images to an end user.Within this complex of dormitories and labs near the campus of George Mason University, the embryos of powerful virtual soldiers in the service of the surveillance state are being incubated.
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