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Do We Own Our Memories?
Law Professor, Bioethicist, and Editor of the Neuroethics and ...
As we develop more effective ways to access and alter the memories of others, our memories start to seem less and less our own.
Of Mice and Memories
Global CEO, Y&R
So alter the mice -- let's help cure disease -- but let's also take the opportunity to stop for a moment and reflect on what a memory is and isn't, and how we'd like to remember and be remembered.
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