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Showing posts with the label brain-computer interface

Locked-In Syndrome and Communicating with Brain-Computer Interfaces: Recap of November’s The Future Now: NEEDs

The Ethical Importance of Trust for a Patient’s Sense of Autonomy

Neuralink: Concerns of Brain-Machine Interfaces

Trust in the Privacy Concerns of Brain Recordings

Neuroprosthetics for Speech and Challenges in Informed Consent

The Neuroethics Blog Series on Black Mirror: The Entire History of You

Neural Prosthetics, Behavior Control and Criminal Responsibility

“Pass-thoughts” and non-deliberate physiological computing: When passwords and keyboards become obsolete

A review of The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand Enhance, and Empower the Mind

Emory Neuroethics on Facebook