Brain Data, Neurotechnology and Fundamental Rights

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Together with colleagues from neuroscience, computer science, ethics, philosophy, law and other fields we work on developing guidelines and governance frameworks for the responsible collection, aggregation and use of brain data, particularly regarding data from consumer neurotechnology devices and applications.

Together, we are also exploring interdisciplinary conceptual foundations of key notions such as mental privacy, mental integrity or cognitive liberty as well as the impact of neurotechnologies on fundamental rights.

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