Lawmakers in Chile want to pass legislation that protects a person’s “neuro-rights” from technology that could make you believe things have happened in your life that actually haven’t. Photo: Shutterstock
Lawmakers in Chile want to pass legislation that protects a person’s “neuro-rights” from technology that could make you believe things have happened in your life that actually haven’t. Photo: Shutterstock
Future tech

Real-life Inception: why ‘neuro-rights’ laws to protect people’s brains being manipulated by new technologies are being fought for

  • Chile aims to be the first nation to pass laws blocking technology that seeks to ‘increase, diminish or disturb’ people’s mental integrity without their consent
  • But when it comes to neuro-technology, ‘for every dystopian scenario, there are 10 beneficial ones’, one scientist says

Lawmakers in Chile want to pass legislation that protects a person’s “neuro-rights” from technology that could make you believe things have happened in your life that actually haven’t. Photo: Shutterstock
Lawmakers in Chile want to pass legislation that protects a person’s “neuro-rights” from technology that could make you believe things have happened in your life that actually haven’t. Photo: Shutterstock
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