The Implications of Memory Modification Technology

“I wish I could forget—”

Advancements in neurotechnology are uncovering new ways of manipulating memories, which could be helpful in easing the burden of traumatic memory. These forms of memory modification technologies might even be available in the next decade. But while it presents unprecedented opportunities for psychology, Matthew Liao talks about how it could harm us in subtle ways, and he explores its ethical implications.

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