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Neurotechnology can be used to monitor, record and influence brain activity. Our latest horizon scanning report sets out the challenges and opportunities the developments in neurotechnology may bring for the legal profession.
Neurotechnological advances in decades to come could lead to lawyers grappling with the human rights implications of brain monitoring and manipulation, a new report commissioned by the Law Society of England and Wales has revealed.*
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