Direct-to-consumer neurotechnologies lack sufficient oversight, say researchers


Publication Title
The Ubyssey
Publication/Creation Date
March 29 2019
Creators/Contributors
Kevin Jiang (creator)
Peter Bart Reiner (contributor)
Anna Wexler (contributor)
University Of British Columbia (contributor)
University Of Pennsylvania (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description

A recent paper, published in Science by UBC neuroethics professor Dr. Peter Reiner and University of Pennsylvania medical ethics professor Dr. Anna Wexler, questions the efficacy of direct-to-consumer (DTC) neurotechnologies.

Their paper proposes the creation of a third-party “working group” that would “survey the main domains of DTC neurotechnology and provide succinct appraisals of potential harms and probable efficacy.”

HCI Platform
Wearables
Location on Body
Brain
Source
https://www.ubyssey.ca/science/increased-neurotechnology-oversight/

Date archived
May 20 2019
Last edited
May 20 2019
How to cite this entry
Kevin Jiang. (March 29 2019). "Direct-to-consumer neurotechnologies lack sufficient oversight, say researchers". The Ubyssey. The Ubyssey. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/index.php/Detail/objects/3883