Over the last few decades, neurology and computer science have been constantly exploring common territories and the ethical questions raised by this alliance are becoming explosive: on the one hand, the possibility of acting through thought on digital devices and, on the other, the possibility of "brainjacking" and of hacking a connected brain... This is enough to feed the worst Orwellian nightmare unless we practice "responsible neuroengineering", say the neuroscientist Laure Tabouy and the Dominican Bernardas Verbickas.

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