Scientists, activists and policymakers call for regulation of neurotechnology

21/08/2023 | Politico

As neurotechnology continues to advance, a group of experts from various fields are working together to protect individuals' right to privacy. While they point out that neurotechnology has the potential to cure diseases and aid in prosthetic development, it also has the potential to be used for discriminatory policing and surveillance. The experts are not seeking a ban but rather a set of principles that would safeguard citizens' rights to their thoughts and protect them from any intrusion.

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