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Is the Law Ready for Emerging Neuroprostheses?

Neuroethics, Privacy, and Data Governance: Advocating for Identifying Root Challenges Before Going to Tactics

Neuro-interventions as Punishment?

Neuroscience for Policy, Neuroscience for Society

When would a robot have free will?

It wasn’t me, it was FTD

Is Netflix’s Black Mirror Becoming a Reality?

The Effects of Neuroscientific Framing on Legal Decision Making

Too Far or Not Far Enough: The Ethics and Future of Neuroscience and Law

The Neuroethics of Brainprinting

Criminal Law and Neuroscience: Hope or Hype?

Technologies of the extended mind: Implications for privacy of thought

On Killing: Neuroscience and State-Sponsored Executions

Emory Neuroethics on Facebook