Researchers call for regulations and ethical guidelines to help protect personal privacy and autonomy for those who use neurotechnologies.
University of Pennsylvania researchers report people who report higher levels of moral reasoning show increased activity in brain areas associated with reward. The study may improve understanding as to why some people are more likely to engage in prosocial behaviors.
According to researchers, people tend to be more lenient towards politicians' lies when they believe a specific political stance is morally correct. Researchers suggest supporters perceive the lies to be a necessary means to achieve a higher moral end.
As technology is improving and becoming more accurate at deciphering whether a person is lying or telling the truth, researchers debate whether such technology should be used in legal cases.
A new Frontiers in Robotics and AI study outlines a concept called Empowerment that may allow robots to adhere to self preservation while serving and protecting humans.
As brain controlled robots and neuroprosthetics are rapidly growing in popularity, researchers impress the need to create guidelines to help insure safe and beneficial use of brain machine interactions.
Researchers have developed new tests and math models to help quantify automatic moral and empathetic judgement.
A new study as children get older, their moral evaluations of both lies and truths is increasingly influenced by whether they think this behavior will cause harm to either others or themselves.
A new study reveals a method to help regulate emotions and reassess situations when a person feels they have been treated unjustly.