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In doing here on -- right now Alison very -- barring Terri it's.
Allison Gary thank you know no -- here Ellison.
By the way she's defense specialists -- -- saying that and sees.
The war -- columnist and foxnews.com.
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And does so what are you talking about this week.
Your comment after Columbus once you've rather boxing gonna need your help and you really get at these tongue twisters super difficult words as -- -- that.
This one is a piece of technology developed by -- that actually takes your brain -- And he sent to boost your visual ability to -- to attack Ratzinger so what you see.
Looking for threats it actually harnesses those brain waves harvest them.
From your subconscious.
And warns you when you're seeing -- it's it's pretty pretty impressive global so it -- order reads your mind it really is the chemical and imagine the adrenaline levels in your body.
-- debt increase and so therefore it's a valuable today to -- that so that in this with the unit you know out as of yet that.
-- didn't take it simple because I don't have your math and science and I don't exist and -- I know your stuff is great and I love it.
Tonight the heat got so basically you know if if the viewers want to get to see very nitty gritty into the -- details I've -- include some and a column that.
Can't quite simply it's based on the premise that humans are naturally very did at detecting something out of -- -- -- -- a bit off.
And it kind of natural instinct that we probably all feel that we have on government believes we -- to.
And there's brain we've called 300 that when your subconscious even detect something you know that you see it looks -- -- offering that he you know -- ordinary through.
Run -- things.
It triggers this spring when it's so.
With this technology doesn't -- does brain waves and these complex out of the algorithms translate them into winning computer understandably kind of warning warning danger Will Robinson kind of -- and sitting on the cabinet and and you can understand -- -- into -- he's back to basically will be -- eventually end up on the battlefield -- which -- but the idea -- looks like it's going to -- -- been remarkably successful and it's gonna get -- -- -- -- -- really how effective is -- spent.
And general in the statistics I've seen is a trained observers isn't -- our soldiers train -- observing scanning for threats.
With a set of -- for example would get no detection threat ready even testing -- has about fifty to 60% of the time.
He uses technology eagle all the way up to 91%.
Pretty impressive and if you also kind of -- at Keeneland you boost up to 90% which is pretty -- -- -- arrogance of commercial radar if you get a 100% which.
If he doesn't want that purchase -- -- -- anything he warned that there's a threat coming in its common sense no brainer of course you -- know as soon as possible in -- hall where they and then testing efforts on the testimony so that's actually come out with recently in this year would this test and its results -- -- -- -- right I mean like many.
-- where -- -- yeah Terry.
Yeah and maybe see everything you can -- -- -- an -- talk about it forever.
Yes so -- -- those tests that Hawaiian tropic conditions this test in California and dry desert conditions.
-- his assets in -- -- area and it's like giant I was there is an open area was California.
And they did a final testing -- felt or obviously -- have with six it's transitioning over right now Eisenstein.
You the night vision -- hole where they created the night vision goggles -- I mean first and literally first night vision goggles.
Two the night vision and I -- sensors directorate and Virginia so when we'll -- fielded diet.
You know they've already -- some very successful field testing so it's come on incredibly rapidly this program.
I can't say for sure because these are two things tend to be quite classify as ours would understand but.
Clearly be big threat tests have been done thus far.
So a lot of promise and that's exciting and probably scary as well in addition to your -- thoughts -- continuing to.
Is where the other applications of this -- go because if he can harness brain waves to detect threats.
What else can we leave her subconscious thought why is.
And translate into trying to -- machines and technology.
Bureau that's very cool so by what -- -- -- everybody know that they can read the entire article it's posted on foxnews.com.
I think is fascinating and and by the way I think you do it.
Really good job of breaking down.
Could witness normally complicated topics in two.
Information that we can -- process so I think he finally got an expert like you know I -- an opportunity in Italy up at the EG is because that's how we do use this EG -- today just cannot pronounce it literally nothing.
Actually granted thank you immediately yeah.
I'd like I feel like not I don't get to this country is finished -- you know I think it was an updated every department that exit at -- delegate.
The bar it's so always a pleasure talking -- -- about -- Gary CN's.
Either way we know I had it right up in England so when -- -- Over in the UK people he's the with the British accents and it comes out like Barney and I went out every hair you know.
Whatever -- and I know I was on this -- think -- -- -- for the pets in the shadow to appreciate it absolutely thank you very much.
Was seen except don't think -- hadn't yet so see.
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