https://www.army-technology.com/features/featureweapons-of-perception-neuroscience-mind-controlled-weapons-and-the-military/ It is very old technology, but I think it is time for the general public to become aware and then project into the future or current day capabilities. What are the moral and ethical questions we should be discussing? Where does religion, crime and punishment, democracy, and “free will” fit into the equation? 21 MAY 2012 ANALYSIS Weapons of perception: neuroscience and mind-controlled weapons Advances in neuroscience offer the military the potential of mind-controlled weapons and performance enhancement. Are mind-controlled weapons and extra-sensory enhanced warfare techniques mere science fiction? Recent developments in neuroscience suggest not, with a new Royal Society report claiming that research in areas such as neuropharmacology, functional neuroimaging and neural interface systems could create a new breed of super soldier and diminish enemy ability.