The United States plans to deny the health hazards of the soldiers implanted chip maker
United States wants the soldiers body implants to monitor chips
According to the United States “the world of the Daily News” reported on the 6th, the U.S. Department of Defense under the Defense Advanced research programs Bureau confirmed that the U.S. military plans to the new nanosensors implanted in soldiers body for monitoring the health of soldiers in the battlefields of the future, and required to make a quick response. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, said the technology is “a truly innovative, new nano-sensor will be able to diagnose and monitor the state of life,” and even to provide drugs to the blood.
reported that the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency recommends that the first to implanted nanosensors to monitor the physiological state of the indicators to the special forces officers and men, the second research project will be launched at the end of this year, mainly focused on using nano sensors treatment of diseases. But the plan has also been questioned. Said Katherine Albrecht, author of the book “spy chips”, many Americans gave pet implanted chip, but eventually at the implantation-induced cancer, the Department of Defense so that soldiers implanted nanosensors are also potential health risk. However, a major manufacturer can be implanted in the human body chips to refute the claim. The manufacturer claims that the past 15 years, millions of cats and dogs safe to accept a chip implanted, with little or no report show that the chip to cause harm to their health.
experts believe that this chip is not only can be used to monitor the health status, but also tracking and control of the specific person, “the U.S. government tried to chip implanted in each human body, it is not only able to monitor the health conditions, but also to monitor other aspects of life. ” Albrecht believes that the U.S. government will be the first implantation of this device in special groups such as prisoners and soldiers, and then gradually accepted by the public. In the end, the U.S. government and businesses can grasp each person’s private information, such as personal interests, family circumstances, political tendencies, and medical conditions. ▲ (Ge Yuanfen)