Neuroscience, Ethics, and National Security: The State of the Art

@inproceedings{Tennison2012NeuroscienceEA,
  title={Neuroscience, Ethics, and National Security: The State of the Art},
  author={Michael N. Tennison and Jonathan D. Moreno},
  booktitle={PLoS biology},
  year={2012}
}
National security organizations in the United States, including the armed services and the intelligence community, have developed a close relationship with the scientific establishment. The latest technology often fuels warfighting and counter-intelligence capacities, providing the tactical advantages thought necessary to maintain geopolitical dominance and national security. Neuroscience has emerged as a prominent focus within this milieu, annually receiving hundreds of millions of Department… CONTINUE READING
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