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  1. Limits of Neural Computation in Humans and Machines.Roman Taraban - 2020 - Science and Engineering Ethics 26 (5):2547-2553.
    Aicardi et al. look to neuroscience to mitigate the limitations of current robotics technology. They propose that robotics technology guided by neuroscience has the capacity to create intelligent robots that function with awareness and capacity for abstraction and reasoning. As neurorobotics extends the capability of robotics technology, it introduces new social and ethical concerns, in particular co-opting civilian applications for military use, conflicts between industry and the academy, and data security. However, here we argue that empirical evidence has shown that (...)
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  • Editorial: Shaping Ethical Futures in Brain-Based and Artificial Intelligence Research.Elisabeth Hildt, Kelly Laas & Monika Sziron - 2020 - Science and Engineering Ethics 26 (5):2371-2379.