From Healthcare to Warfare: How to Regulate Brain Technology (University of Basel press release):
“The term “dual-use” refers to technology that can be used for both beneficial (i.e., medical) and harmful (i.e., military of terroristic) aims. Until recently, most dual-use technology emerged especially in virology and bacteriology. In the last years, however, military-funded research has entered the domain of neuroscience and neurotechnology.
This has resulted in a rapid growth in brain technology prototypes aimed at [Read more…] about Researchers stress need for neurotechnologies to protect the mental dimension of individuals and groups, especially mental privacy and integrity