Neurotechnologies represent an unprecedented challenge for privacy. They allow direct access to the human brain, collection of brain data, and possibility of manipulating mental processes. In this paper, I will discuss the ethical-legal problems arising from neurotechnologies used for clinical and non-clinical applications with specific focus on privacy as a means to nurture autonomy and free construction of one’s personality.

Salardi, S. (2023). Neurotechnologies and Privacy in the Medical and Non-medical Field: Ethical-legal Concerns. NOTIZIE DI POLITEIA, 39(151), 75-94.

Neurotechnologies and Privacy in the Medical and Non-medical Field: Ethical-legal Concerns

Salardi, S
2023

Abstract

Neurotechnologies represent an unprecedented challenge for privacy. They allow direct access to the human brain, collection of brain data, and possibility of manipulating mental processes. In this paper, I will discuss the ethical-legal problems arising from neurotechnologies used for clinical and non-clinical applications with specific focus on privacy as a means to nurture autonomy and free construction of one’s personality.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
Privacy. Neurotechnologies, Autonomy, Moral technologies.
English
2023
39
151
75
94
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Salardi, S. (2023). Neurotechnologies and Privacy in the Medical and Non-medical Field: Ethical-legal Concerns. NOTIZIE DI POLITEIA, 39(151), 75-94.
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