Experts expect the open market to drive policy and challenge current legal concepts
By Emmet Cole
November 12, 2012
As cyborg technologies become more integrated into the public sphere, certain legal thresholds and concepts will begin to shift, says James Giordano, director of the Center for Neurotechnology Studies at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, in Arlington, Virginia.
“We’re at a time where technology may now inform philosophy, ethics and the law, which may necessitate the development of some new ethical constructs, the abandonment of particular…
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