Imagine a technology that can access your thoughts. And the likely consequences if used maliciously.
In recent years, neurotechnology has made substantial progress including medical breakthroughs to treat patients with Alzheimer’s.
Now for the first time, Chile’s Congress is expected to pass a law to protect the privacy of our brains.
Neuroscientists are hailing it as a precursor for global recognition of the privacy of one’s brain as an addition to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman reports from Santiago, Chile.
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