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Ethical issues in neuroscience and its business uses

Why Neuro-Alarmists Have It Wrong

A week doesn't go by with some blogger reading about neuromarketing, fMRI ad studies, and the like, and then posting, "This is creepy - very Orwellian! Pretty soon we'll all be buying stuff we didn't want or need!" While neuroscience [...]

By |May 4th, 2006|

Mind Reading Conference at Stanford

It's short notice, but I just ran across the info at the Neuroethics & Law Blog. On Friday, March 10, 2006, Stanford University will host Reading Minds: Lie Detection, Neuroscience, Law, and Society. Here's a brief summary:A revolution in neuroscience [...]

By |March 8th, 2006|

When Neuro Meets Nano: NBIC

In Think nano has ethical problems? Just wrap your brain around neuro, blogger ritalamchichi draws an interesting parallel between fears and ethical issues surrounding nanotechnology to those about the still emerging field of neurotechnology. Ritalamchichi reports from the NBIC (Nano, [...]

By |February 8th, 2006|