University of Basel bioethicists have outlined a new biosecurity framework for neurotechnology. They call for regulations to protect the mental privacy and integrity of those the technologies are used on.
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.
As EEG headsets are growing in popularity with general consumers, researchers are advising better security and safety measures is needed after their study revealed how easy it could be for experienced hackers to break into the system software and monitory brain waves to extract personal information.
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.
A new study assesses existing research into 'moral enhancement' technologies and reports that current methods are neither wise nor feasible.
Researchers propose four new human rights laws that could help protect against exploitation and privacy loss in the age of neurotechnology.
CORDIS reports two US based biotech companies have been granted ethical permission to attempt to regenerate the brains of people declared clinically dead from TBI.
The AAN states doctors have an ethical obligation to educate and protect athletes from sports concussions.