Special Issue on Military Use of Implantable Technologies
Vol. 36, No. 1
Advanced technologies that were once the stuff of science fiction have catapulted into the the military marketplace.
We now have exoskeletons, wearable headsets with accelerated night vision, armaments with increased durability in rugged conditions, and the ability for central command without human intervention. Is this the emergence of the so-called super-soldier, a type of Iron Man?
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- Windows into the Soul: Surveillance and Society in an Age of High Technology Posted in: Book Reviews, Magazine Articles, Privacy & Security - By Gary T. Marx, University of Chicago Press, 2016. Reviewed by Donna L. Halper It goes without saying that we ... Read More
- ODE to…Digital Humility Posted in: Editorial & Opinion, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact - “One precious element in the Judeo-Christian tradition is respect for the human person. Each person is of infinite value in ... Read More
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- Implantable Technologies in the Military Sector Posted in: Editorial & Opinion, Magazine Articles, Robotics - These remarks were delivered at the close of the 9th Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security (SINS16), Melbourne, ... Read More
- Human by Design: An Ethical Framework for Human Augmentation Posted in: Ethics, Human Impacts, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact - Rapid advances in science and technology are opening doors for the fulfillment of human desires in ways that were not ... Read More
- Brain Implants and Memory Posted in: Editorial & Opinion, Magazine Articles, Robotics, Societal Impact - Heather M. Roff and Peter W. Singer  strikingly identify a problem for the next American president in the form ... Read More
- Children and Technology: Parent Guidelines for Every Age Posted in: Health & Medical, Human Impacts, Leading Edge, Magazine Articles - What can parents do? Children need different rules at different ages of development. Here are some 3-6-9-12 Rules for the ... Read More
- Religion, Science, and Technology Posted in: Ethics, Human Impacts, Interview, Magazine Articles - An Interview with Metropolitan Kallistos Ware Born Timothy Ware in Bath, Somerset, England, Metropolitan Kallistos was educated at Westminster School ... Read More
- Human Microchipping, Past, Present, and … Future? Posted in: Human Impacts, Magazine Articles, Privacy & Security, Societal Impact - I sat staring at the computer on February 6th, 2006, thinking about the press release I was about to send ... Read More
- What if My Disability Will not be Relevant in the Future? Posted in: Editorial & Opinion, Human Impacts, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact - On December 3, 2016, the world celebrated the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the ... Read More
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Ethics and Brain Implants in the Military
Isabel Pedersen, Tanner Mirrlees
Sepehr Ghazinoory, Fatemeh Saghafi, Sahar Kousari
Kayla J. Heffernan, Frank Vetere, and Shanton Chang
Lindsay Robertson and Albert Munoz
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