U.S. military wants to create cyborg soldiers

The U.S. military is working to create a chip that can be implanted in a soldier's brain to connect it directly to computers that can deliver data on an enemy's position, maps and battle instructions.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency(DARPA) has developed the brain-machine interface, claiming that the neural connection is going to open the channel between modern electronics and the human brain.

According to DARPA's Neural Engineering System Design program, Phillip Alveda, cited by Computer World, the soldier cyborgs would be better and safer fighters due to the implanted chip.

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