Implications of neurotechnology: Brain recording and intervention
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
Law and the Cognitive Sciences
InBrozek, B.; Hage, J.; Vincent, N. (ed.), Law and mind: A survey of law and the cognitive sciences, pp. 353-369
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Brozek, B.; Hage, J.; Vincent, N. (ed.), Law and mind: A survey of law and the cognitive sciences
SubjectLaw and the Cognitive Sciences; Cognitive artificial intelligence
Progress in cognitive neuroscience has led to the development of a variety of neurotechnologies that enable the recording and/or stimulation of brain processes. In this chapter the author examines various examples of neurotechnology, and indicates some of their potential effects on a user's sense, and on society's attribution, of agency, identity and responsibility. He focuses on neurotechnology that: (1) measures brain activity to drive applications in order to perform actions; (2) stimulates brains in order to change, restore or improve aspects of cognition; or (3) combines recording and stimulation to enable informational loops within or between brains.
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