Cultcracy note :
There is a gradual stream of evidence emerging regarding the technological aspects of secret neural monitoring programs , these programs have been conducted for decades on unsuspecting targeted individuals . This article appeared in January 2016 .
Information regarding these projects is slowly entering into the public domain , the scale of human experimentation is large & possibly expanding . The main protagonists are covert groups operating under the cover & protection of military agencies in the U.S.A , U.K & Germany , many other affiliated organisations in subsidiary countries are also involved .
A parallel effort by the shadow military groups involved is creating the impression that this is ‘new’ technology that is currently being researched . A large scale disinformation program is also being conducted by the same shadow elements , always conduct your own research , beware of false trails & red herrings .
As usual the keyword is control .
The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has joined those attempting to develop a neural interface between the human brain and computers.
This interface would translate electrochemical signals in the brain into binary code, allowing communication between the human brain and a computer “no larger than one cubic centimetre in size”, the agency said. The project is part of DARPA’s Neural Engineering System Design (NESD) program. “Today’s best brain-computer interface systems are like two supercomputers trying to talk to each other using an old 300-baud modem,” said Phillip Alvelda, NESD’s program manager, in a blog post. “Imagine what will become possible when we upgrade our tools to really open the channel between the human brain and modern electronics.”
DARPA hope that the program’s findings will be applied in the medical field — a direct neural link between the brain and a computer could help patients who are deaf or blind by providing digital auditory or visual information at a higher quality and resolution than current technology.
It may be some time before we see any practical implementations, however — the team say that the device would require breakthroughs in a number of fields, including neuroscience, synthetic biology, electronics, photonics and systems engineering, before it became commercially (or militarily) viable. Researchers will also have to develop advanced mathematical techniques to code the information and represent it functionally.