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Space Force Chief Scientist Says Developing Super-Soldiers Is ‘Imperative’

Dr. Joel Mozer said the technology could be used to create a 'superhuman workforce' for the military.

The top scientist in the US Space Force said last week that human augmentation should be embraced and that it is “imperative” for the US military to start working on such technology that could create a type of super-soldier.

“In our business of national defense, it’s imperative that we embrace this new age, lest we fall behind our strategic competitors,” Dr. Joel Mozer said at an event at the Air Force Research Laboratory.

Mozer said augmentation technology could produce a “superhuman workforce” that uses technologies like “augmented reality, virtual reality, and nerve stimulation.”

“You could put [an] individual into a state of flow, where learning is optimized, and retention is maximized,” he said. “This individual could be shaped into somebody with very high-performing potential.”

Mozer said that there will be “unimaginable” advances in this type of technology, as well as artificial intelligence (AI). He said AI could create “autonomous” programs that commanders can use to devise military strategies that “no human could.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This all sounds reasonable on the face of it; however, I have a question for the good Doctor; what happens when an individual who has had this done to them, returns to civilian life?!?

How will they resond to their own crying, teething baby?!? How will they resond to a spouse who may not quite react to something as they expected, no, demanded that they react?!?

The unasked question here, is how do these people get "deconditioned" from what they have gone through in order to return to ordinary civilial life?!?

Call me silly, but I worry about this.

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