Neuroethics Today

Neuroethics Today

By Neuroethics Today

It's time for Neuroethics to make today’s news. Katherine Bassil, an upcoming neuroscientist and neuroethics enthusiast, has always tried to advocate for bridging the fields of neuroscience and neuroethics together. The absence of similar enterprises from the community makes it even more difficult for Katherine to achieve her goal. Join Katherine on her mission to show that being a neuroscientist and Neuroethics advocate, is the way for responsible brain innovation. The Neuroethics Today Podcast brings you interviews with experts in the field, where Neuroethics will question the science.


08/16/22

Jonathan D. Moreno: "A human being is the weakest and strongest link in the chain."

During Episode 10 of Season 2, we focused on a rather controversial topic: Military neurotechnologies and dual-use. Katherine Bassil - founder and host - together with Dr. Jonathan D. Moreno - philosopher and professor at University of Pennsylvania -Read more

07/26/22

Karen Herrera-Ferrá - "We need more aggressive education."

During Episode 9 of Season 2, we decided to focus our attention on mental health equity, namely mental health equity between low/middle-income and high-income countries. Katherine Bassil - founder and host - together with Dr. Karen Herrera-Ferrá - clRead more

06/06/22

Christian Herff - "We are NOT decoding thoughts."

During Episode 8 of Season 2, Katherine Bassil - founder and host - together with Dr. Christian Herff - Assistant Professor at Maastricht University - discuss brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and the ethical implications of this neurotechnology. We coRead more

05/11/22

Nicole Martin-Martinez - "Chat bots simply can't replace therapists. They just can't."

During Episode 7 of Season 2, we decided to focus our attention on digital mental health interventions, namely mental health mobile applications. Katherine Bassil - founder and host - together with Dr. Nicole Martinez-Martin - Assistant Professor at Read more

04/04/22

Jackson Boonstra: Why Neuralink won't work (monologue)

During Episode 6 of Season 2, Jackson Boonstra - a neuroscience PhD candidate at Maastricht University - argues why he is of the opinion that "Neuralink won't work". In his monologue, Jackson provides arguments on how Neuralink's aims and goals are tRead more

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