The Need for Cognitive Privacy

2. 23. 15 by Alex Klokus

As technology and our ability to interpret fMRI data increases, so will the need for laws that protect the “domain of privacy” in our skulls. Neuroethicist Paul Root Wolpe expresses his concerns about the future of cognitive privacy.

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