From the UK government Ministry of Defence:
A think-piece designed to set the foundation for more detailed research and development on human augmentation
Published 13 May 2021
Reference to Big Brother “ethics” and how ethics (I guess like international treaties requiring informed consent) don’t need to be an obstacle:
There may be a moral obligation to augment people, particularly in cases where it promotes well-being or protects us from novel threats.
Possibly relevant to current mRNA “vaccination” program:
It could be argued that treatments involving novel vaccination processes and gene and cell therapies are examples of human augmentation already in the pipeline.