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IEET Consults for Japanese Neurotech Consortium


February 02, 2012

In January, IEET Executive Director J. Hughes and IEET Fellow Wendell Wallach met with representatives of the Japanese Consortium on Applied Neuroscience (Japanese, English). They visited Trinity College as part of a national tour to meet with American neuroethicists.


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Posted by Cybernoetic Man  on  02/22  at  03:19 PM

great slides. I would love an audio recording if you have them. I especially loved the quadrants. A great framework!






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