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In a study recently published in Nature Communications, researchers at the Army’s Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say they have developed an AI-enabled programmable fiber capable of serving as a digital interface.
According to Army Research Labs, when sewn into a piece of clothing, the new fiber can sense, store, analyze, and, using artificial intelligence, can infer a wearer’s activity. The Army says this new technology could be integrated into military uniforms to record a host of vital information, such as a warfighter’s health or to monitor potential environmental hazards. –
Learn More: https://thedebrief.org/army-develops-ai-enabled-programmable-fiber-for-military-uniforms/
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