IBM report explores privacy risks of brain-computer interfaces

17/11/2021 | Future of Privacy Forum

A report from the Future of Privacy Forum and IBM Policy Lab outlines a recommended framework for mitigating privacy risks associated with computer-to-brain interface technologies. The report "Privacy and the Connected Mind" looks at ways to implement the brain interface technology while protecting users' privacy rights. "Emerging innovations like neurotechnology hold great promise to transform healthcare, education, transportation, and more, but they need the right guardrails in place to protect individual's privacy," IBM Chief Privacy Officer Christina Montgomery said.

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