If NeuroGaming Enables the Enhancement of Visual Multitasking, Should We Revise Distracted-Driving Regulations?

untitled 2013-11-15

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By Matthew L Baum I recently saw someone walk into a signpost (amazingly, one that signalled ‘caution pedestrians’); by the angle and magnitude that his body rebounded, I estimated that this probably really hurt. What I had witnessed was a … Continue reading

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http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/billofhealth/2013/11/15/if-neurogaming-enables-the-enhancement-of-visual-multitasking-should-we-revise-distracted-driving-regulations/

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ethics bioethics public health biotechnology neuroscience population-level bioethics matthew baum neuroethics neurolaw cognitive enhancement distracted-driving laws international society for neuroethics neurogaming neuroracer neurotechnology

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mbaum

Date tagged:

11/15/2013, 13:20

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11/15/2013, 08:00