|Title||A note on ethical aspects of BCI.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2009|
|Authors||Haselager, P, Vlek, R, Jeremy Jeremy Hill, Nijboer, F|
|Keywords||Bioethics, Brain, Communication, Communications Media, Cooperative Behavior, Humans, Informed Consent, Professional-Patient Relations, Quadriplegia, User-Computer Interface|
This paper focuses on ethical aspects of BCI, as a research and a clinical tool, that are challenging for practitioners currently working in the field. Specifically, the difficulties involved in acquiring informed consent from locked-in patients are investigated, in combination with an analysis of the shared moral responsibility in BCI teams, and the complications encountered in establishing effective communication with media.
|Alternate Journal||Neural Netw|