Technoethics

Brain-computer interfaces advance but the ethics of neurotechnology lags behind the science

"BCIs are currently being tested in people with severe neuromuscular disorders to help them recover everyday functions like communication and mobility.... patients can turn on a light switch by visualizing the action and having a BCI decode their brain signals" - The Conversation

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The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence at the Intersection of Original Writing

Quillbot "suggests its main use would be for someone to improve their own writing.... Instead of the difficult work of understanding and then putting an author’s words into your own words, this tool allows students to automate the process." - DBTS Blog

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