The BRAIN 2.0 roadmap lauds the neuroscientific advances made in the first decade of the BRAIN Initiative, but also calls attention to the need to carefully consider how these advances will inform and perhaps alter our understanding of “those deepest behaviors that, as humans we hold dear” (Roadmap, Executive Summary). In this short statement, we briefly consider several features of the BRAIN Neuroethics subgroup’s roadmap that lie within our area of expertise, including the recommendations to (1) enhance integration of neuroscience and neuroethics, and (2) provide additional tools and resources for neuroscientists to recognize neuroethics issues and opportunities for neuroethics research.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||5|
|State||Published - Jul 2 2020|
- Brain computer interfaces
- deep brain stimulation
- ethics integration
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