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In a future with more ‘mind reading,’ thanks to neurotech, we may need to rethink freedom of thought

By Parker Crutchfield, Professor of Medical Ethics, Humanities, and Law, Western Michigan University
Brain-computer interfaces may present threats to cognitive liberty. But with or without them, we often overestimate how independent our own minds are, an ethicist writes.The Conversation

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