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  • Rise of the (responsible) brain hackers
  • Rise of the brain hackers
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Rise of the (responsible) brain hackers

When did you last upgrade your brain? With experts saying cognitive enhancements will become part of everyday life within the next decade, The Institute for the Future (IFTF) is proposing new ethical principles including "the right to know who has been modified."

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