Crime comes with enormous societal costs. Neurotechnology could help reduce recidivism and make society safer. But these techniques – in which the brains of offenders may even be changed – entail considerable risks, for instance for a person’s bodily and mental integrity. How can they be applied responsibly?
This project is financed by the Dutch Research Council Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO). Vici-project: Targeting the offender’s brain. A unified normative framework for the evaluation of neurotechniques in criminal justice, project nummer VI.C.201.067.