"Talkin' bout my regulation": lie detection and...
It may seem premature to think about regulating certain bio/neuroscience applications that few in the field fully support at this time. This is especially true in the areas of fMRI lie detection and memory erasing, which host issues of reliability and ethics, respectively. In any case, what is over-due is some sort or eclectic round-table or advisory committee representing various disciplines that...
Neuroscientific evidence is increasingly reaching United States courtrooms in a...– Law and Neuroscience in the United States, Jones & Shen [via]. So maybe people “at the courtroom, regulatory, and policy levels” should be chiming in about how these challenges will be handled. If the science is not ready and evidentiary standards aren’t met because of that,...