• I hadn't heard of it, so I've just googled it. I found this..."DARPA, the highly secretive arm of the Department of Defense, have launched various projects that will involve IMPLANTING CHIPS INTO SOLDIERS BRAINS– in an attempt to enhance battlefield performance and repair the traumatized minds of soldiers returning from war. A DARPA spokesperson told Fusion that “brain-neural interfaces” have not been implanted in soldiers, though researchers have already begun testing such devices by temporarily implanting electrical arrays into the brains of volunteers undergoing surgery for other neurological issues. CREATING SUPER SOLDIERS isn’t the only thing that DARPA is trying to do, Jacobsen says. According to her new book, published by Little, Brown, government scientists hope that implanting chips in soldiers will unlock the secrets of artificial intelligence, and allow us to give machines the kind of higher-level reasoning that humans can do. The agency is pioneering Iron Man-like exoskeletons to help protect soldiers from fire and the elements so they can keep fighting for longer. But here's an interesting one they are doing quote "The Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working on CREATING AN IMPLANTALBE MICROCHIP THAT WOULD MONITOR THE HUMAN BODY FOR SIGNS OF CORONAVIRUS. DARPA wants to take pandemics off the table. COVID-19 has infected more than 250,000 U.S. Defense Department personnel and their dependents around the world. Tissue-Like Gel in the Skin TISSUE CHIP DEVELOPMENT is one of the rapidly growing areas in biomedical sciences. On the 60 Minutes Show, Retired U.S. Colonel Matthew (Matt) Hepburn, an army infectious disease physician heading up DARPA’s response to the pandemic, held up a vial of green tissue-like gel which contained the chip. On the show, Hepburn said “That tiny green thing in there, you put it underneath your skin and what that tells you is that there are chemical reactions going on inside the body and that signal means you are going to have symptoms tomorrow.” “It’s like a ‘check engine’ light,” Hepburn added. Hepburn joined DARPA as a program manager in 2013 and aims to address the dynamic threats of emerging infectious diseases with potential impact on national security. Hepburn also revealed that DARPA has developed a filter to remove the virus from the blood through a dialysis machine, and that the FDA has approved it, and it has already been used on 300 patients." Thanks for that, they're going to get a chip in us by hook or by crook.

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