Privacy and Brain-Computer Interfaces: method and interim findings

Privacy and Brain-Computer Interfaces: method and interim findings

  • Kirsten Wahlstrom De Montfort University
  • Ben Fairweather De Montfort University
  • Helen Ashman University of South Australia

Abstract

Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) are emerging technologies that acquire and translate neural data, applying that data to the control of other systems. Privacy has been identified as an ethical issue possibly arising from the use of BCIs. The research reported in this paper seeks to identify whether BCIs change privacy and if so, how and why. Interim findings are presented before outlining future research opportunities.

Published
2017-10-24
How to Cite
Wahlstrom, K., Fairweather, B., & Ashman, H. (2017). Privacy and Brain-Computer Interfaces: method and interim findings. ORBIT Journal, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.29297/orbit.v1i2.39