DoD Needs New Policies, Ethics For Brain-Computer Links (Jacked-In Troops?)

"“It’s good to put attention on this emerging subject, since what’s been science fiction is now becoming reality,” Patrick Lin, a philosophy professor at California Polytechnic State University, and a member of the  Center for a New American Security’s Task Force on AI and National Security, said in an email.

“The ethics of brain-computer interfaces is a huge subject, given the nature of the technology and its potential,” he added. “It’s not just a merger of hardware and wetware, but also the collision of technology ethics and traditional bioethics that hasn’t been handled well so far by industry or regulators.”"