Ep. 31 – Neuroscience and the Weapons of War, with Dr. James Giordano

August 02, 2017 01:01:57
Ep. 31 – Neuroscience and the Weapons of War, with Dr. James Giordano
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Ep. 31 – Neuroscience and the Weapons of War, with Dr. James Giordano
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Show Notes

In this episode of the Modern War Institute podcast, MWI editorial director John Amble speaks to Dr. James Giordano, the Chief of the Neuroethics Studies Program at Georgetown University and Scholar-in-Residence in the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics. Dr. Giordano discusses the rapid pace of advancement in neuroscience and neurotechnology—and what that advancement means for the future of war.

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