Ethical Issues Facing Human-Machine Interfaces
- Published23 Jan 2020
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Suzanne Rivera, professor of bioethics at Case Western Reserve University, outlines how to account for the ethical, legal, and social implications of neural-digital technology during development. This includes examining if a technology is accessible to all income levels and how to prevent anyone from using it for disreputable purposes. Her framework helps ensure advances in the field cater to a diverse range of people.
This video is part of a series on Neural-Digital Interfaces, presented at Neuroscience 2019 for the Social Issues Roundtable.
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