Are brain-control weapons becoming reality?
It looks like such a science-fiction concept could be coming to fruition very soon.
Last year, the U.S. government learned a variety of Chinese companies were helping develop biotechnology that can potentially alter the brain function of a human being.
That led to 34 entities in China being placed on the Federal Register’s blacklist, since they were a threat to U.S. national security, according to a report in Sofrep.
Among the companies are the Institute of Radiation and Radiation Medicine, the Institute of Basic Medicine, the Institute of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, the Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology, the Institute of Toxicology and Pharmacology, the Institute of Medical Equipment, the Institute of Bioengineering, the Field Blood Transfusion Institute, the Institute of Disease Control and Prevention and the Military Veterinary Research Institute.
The report noted: “Other companies such as the China Electronics Technology Group Corporation 52nd Research Institute, Shaanxi Reactor Microelectronics Co. Ltd., and Shanghai AisinoChip Electronics Co., Ltd. were accused of supplying Chinese research institutions and the People’s Liberation Army with U.S.-origin items that were vital with developing these biotechnology weapons. Some items of U.S. origin were also used to support Iran’s missile and weapons programs. Similarly, companies from Turkey, Malaysia, and Georgia were also accused of supplying materials to Iran, which raises a security concern.”
Intelligence officials in America had also disclosed Beijing was pursuing an “intelligentization” of future warfare through such research.
The Chinese were said to be shifting from physically destroying bodies through bullets and explosives to paralyzing and controlling the enemies. These weapons, whose mechanical functions are currently unknown, can supposedly use cross-domain mobile warfare supplemented by artificial intelligence to pursue attrition warfare—slowly breaking down a soldier to the point that the mind is too weak to function on its own and cognitive performance can be manipulated through vulnerability resulting in brain control.
“The Chinese were said to be shifting from physically destroying bodies through bullets and explosives to paralyzing and controlling the enemies,” the report explained.
“These weapons, whose mechanical functions are currently unknown, can supposedly use cross-domain mobile warfare supplemented by artificial intelligence to pursue attrition warfare — slowly breaking down a soldier to the point that the mind is too weak to function on its own and cognitive performance can be manipulated through vulnerability resulting in brain control.”
According to Sofrep, “Sources have revealed that Chinese operatives have made it a point to engage in espionage work in the United States or casually lure out high-ranking officials unknowingly in order to steal U.S. top-secret technology in an effort to bolster the speed of their traditional and modern weaponry.”
“A report published by National Counterintelligence and Security Center, the following sectors are critical to economic and national security in the coming years due to their links with not just the economy but also warfare. These sectors include artificial intelligence, bioeconomy, autonomous systems, quantum information science and technology, and semiconductors. With these sectors being highly prized, they also remain tremendously vulnerable to U.S. adversaries trying to obtain a competitive edge not just confined to China and Russia but also other countries who aim to use these technologies for warfare.”
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