Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by toyo, Feb 28, 2010.
interesting article, I always assume what we're shown in the public sphere is at least 20 years behind what is known in the black market world
Think about the term the "ALL SEEING EYE", and it wouldn't take a genius to figure out the proliferation of satellites to maintain peace and stability.
you don't need that dish... it's totally wireless.
The United States military has been exploring applications for BCIs, to enhance troop performance as well as develop systems to interfere with the communications of perceived adversaries. As one report concluded,
The most successful implementation of invasive interfaces has occurred in medical applications in which nerve signals are used as the mechanism for information transfer.
The DARPA budget for the fiscal year 2009 to 2010 includes $4 million for a program named Silent Talk, which aims to "allow user-to-user communication on the battlefield without the use of vocalized speech through analysis of neural signals."A further $4 million was allocated by the Army to the University of California to investigate computer-mediated "synthetic telepathy". The research aims to detect and analyze the word-specific neural signals, using EEG, which occur before speech is vocalized, and to see if the patterns are generalizable. The research is part of a wider $70 million project that began in 2000 which aims to develop hardware capable of adapting to the behavior of its user.
Don't want you banned, this stuff isn't allowed here
I didn't know it's wrong to discuss technology in BHW.
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