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In this episode Paradromics founder and CEO and NeuroTech Pub host, Matt Angle, discusses ethical considerations around brain-computer interfaces. Our guests are Tim Brown, Leigh Hochberg, Sydney Cash, and Amanda Pustilnik. A central theme in the discussions will be how neuroethics differ from traditional medical ethics or bioethics and what we can draw from other fields and experiences to prepare for a world where BCI is more prevalent and more powerful.

00:15 | Guest Introductions
Amanda Pustilnik at Harvard Law

Dr. Tim Brown at University of Washington

Dr. Leigh Hochberg and Braingate

Dr. Syd Cash's Cortical Physiology Lab at MGH

01:00 | Innately-Held Unproven Moral Beliefs

01:00 | Neuroethics: A Field of Its Own

06:57 | Device vs Pharmacological Brain Therapies

21:01 | When Patients and Clinicians Don't See Eye-to-Eye

41:11 | Researchers' Burden in Equitable BCI Dissemination

51:05 | Data and Privacy in a BCI World

1:06:04 | Legal Brain Data Protections, or Lack Thereof

1:22:20 | Should BCI Eradicate Disability

1:35:36 | Balancing Near-Term Utility and Long-Term Harms

Neurotech Pub is a podcast from Paradromics Inc, that features heavy-hitters from academia and industry in the field of Neurotech. But unlike a traditional panel, we bring you conversations that would normally happen after the conference, while unwinding at the pub. We hope you have enjoyed this discussion, for more please checkout our other episodes.

// Director & Host: Matt Angle

// Producer: Lili Byrne

// Editor: Jasper Sams

// Graphic Design: Midnight Measure Design

12 episodes