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Chicago’s Abu Ghraib: A police Lt. supervised the torture of more than 100 men with electric shocks, suffocation, and mock executions. One of his victims spent over 20 years in prison based on a "confession" obtained after he was subjected to repeated e

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Chicago’s Abu Ghraib: A police Lt. supervised the torture of more than 100 men with electric shocks, suffocation, and mock executions. One of his victims spent over 20 years in prison based on a "confession" obtained after he was subjected to repeated e

Virtual Training World For Law Enforcement Inflicts Real Pain

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One of the world's top special effects houses is teaming up with one of the world's biggest defense contractors to create a fully immersive virtual reality training world for SWAT teams and other law enforcement types. Motion Reality and Raytheon's newly released civilian VIRTSIM system is a 360 degree, physically...
Virtual Training World For Law Enforcement Inflicts Real Pain

More Than Human? The Ethics of Biologically Enhancing Soldiers

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Our ability to "upgrade" the bodies of soldiers through drugs, implants, and exoskeletons may be outstripping the ethical norms of war as we've understood them. If we can engineer a soldier who can resist torture, would it still be wrong to torture this person with the usual methods? Starvation and...
More Than Human? The Ethics of Biologically Enhancing Soldiers
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Tablets can interfere with implanted defibrillators, stop hearts

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Bloomberg is reporting on a 14-year-old student in Colorado who found herself presenting data to the Heart Rhythm Society meeting in Denver this week. Gianna Chien's study of the effects of an iPad 2 on implanted cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) is making some waves among the medical community because it appears to demonstrate...
Tablets can interfere with implanted defibrillators, stop hearts
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