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Neurogaming: What’s Neuroscience and Ethics Got To Do With It? - Exploring Ethics

Steven Hyman, the founding president of the International Neuroethics Society and Harvard professor, leads an extraordinary discussion on rapid advances in brain research and the social implications of merging neuroscience and video game development with panelists C. Shawn Green of the University of Wisconsin, Madison; Adam Gazzaley of UC San Francisco and game developer Jonathon Blow. (Industry, Jonathan Blow, Tech)

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