29 Nov

Continuing advances in neuro-imaging machines and brain-computer interfaces could potentially allow our minds to be read and manipulated involuntarily. We could use an open debate concerning neuro-specific rights involving neuroscientists, legal experts, ethicists, the government, and all of us. (Lenca, M. The right to cognitive liberty. Scientific American, 2017, 317(2), p. 10)

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