This site has remarked upon this topic before, but it hasn't really gained much mainstream coverage. Still, we now have some reporting that work by "German, Swedish, Finnish and UK Defence specialists" is being used by the UK military and the German Bundeswehr working together to "to understand how human augmentation emerging technologies could affect the future of society, security and Defence".
Given the state of the war in Ukraine, how likely do we think it is that that benighted country is going to be used, or is already being used, as a testing-ground for such technology?
If they are, however hesitantly, now floating the idea across the general public, then it's a reasonable bet that this is already happening, "for our safety" of course.
And if the trials in theatre prove successful, then roll-out will commence in earnest.
Should we be worried? Forces personnel have no choice when medical preventative measures are required of them.
"The ethical, moral and legal implications of human augmentation are complex and hard to foresee and regular engagement with these issues must be thoroughly considered"
In other words we may need to be 'mentally prepared' (some distrusting souls might think 'brainwashed') to accept such measures, on the grounds that first mover advantage cannot be ceded to the Russian enemy.
The other mystery of course is what the government actually has in mind for all the (mainly military-aged men) currently in SERCO accommodation awaiting deportation to Rwanda.
Still, I'm sure their intentions are entirely benign, the illegal immigrants will all be flown out pronto, and such speculations should be dismissed out of hand.
Nevertheless, you might want to inform yourself, just in case.