China's Ministry of Science and Technology issued an ethical guideline for brain-computer interfaces (BCIs).
The guideline lays out the basic principles for conducting BCI research, including protecting health and improving well-being, respecting research subjects, moderately applying the technology, adhering to fairness, and ensuring equity, safety, and informed consent.
The guideline further states BCI research should be avoided if it weakens human judgment and decision-making, or if it significantly interferes with human autonomy and self-awareness.
From People's Daily (China)
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