This factsheet introduces the Neurotechnologies technology familyA technology family is a collection of technologies that share techniques that have common goals [...], from its key functions and capabilities to examples of applications.
It has been developed on the basis of Deliverable 1.2, TechEthos technology portfolio: Assessment and final selection of economically and ethically high impact technologies, which can be accessed via this link.
Eva Buchinger, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Manuela Kinegger, AIT, Georg Zahradnik, AIT, Michael Bernstein, AIT, Andrea Porcari, Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca Industriale (AIRI), Gustavo Gonzalez, AIRI, Daniela Pimponi, AIRI, Giuliano Buceti, AIRI
Date of publication
04 May 2022
Based on a draft version of Deliverable 1.2 submitted to the European Commission for review
Cite this resource
Buchinger E., Kinegger M., Zahradnik G., Bernstein M.J., Porcari A., Gonzalez G., Pimponi D., Buceti G. (2022). In short: Neurotechnologies. TechEthos Project Factsheet based on TechEthos technology portfolio: Assessment and final selection of economically and ethically high impact technologies, Deliverable 1.2 to the European Commission. Available at: www.techethos.eu.
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