Matthew Sample
Matthew Sample
Professor of RRI, Leibniz University Hannover
Verified email at cells.uni-hannover.de - Homepage
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Ethical aspects of brain computer interfaces: a scoping review
S Burwell, M Sample, E Racine
BMC medical ethics 18 (1), 1-11, 2017
712017
Engineering the brain: ethical issues and the introduction of neural devices
E Klein, T Brown, M Sample, AR Truitt, S Goering
Hastings Center Report 45 (6), 26-35, 2015
432015
Keeping disability in mind: a case study in implantable brain–computer Interface research
LS Sullivan, E Klein, T Brown, M Sample, M Pham, P Tubig, R Folland, ...
Science and engineering ethics 24 (2), 479-504, 2018
232018
Healthcare uses of artificial intelligence: Challenges and opportunities for growth
E Racine, W Boehlen, M Sample
Healthcare management forum 32 (5), 272-275, 2019
132019
Asilomar survey: researcher perspectives on ethical principles and guidelines for BCI research
M Pham, S Goering, M Sample, JE Huggins, E Klein
Brain-Computer Interfaces 5 (4), 97-111, 2018
132018
Brain–computer interfaces and personhood: Interdisciplinary deliberations on neural technology
M Sample, M Aunos, S Blain-Moraes, C Bublitz, JA Chandler, TH Falk, ...
Journal of neural engineering 16 (6), 063001, 2019
112019
Two problematic foundations of neuroethics and pragmatist reconstructions
E Racine, M Sample
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 27 (4), 566-577, 2018
92018
Multi-cellular engineered living systems: building a community around responsible research on emergence
M Sample, M Boulicault, C Allen, R Bashir, I Hyun, M Levis, C Lowenthal, ...
Biofabrication, 2019
62019
Do publics share experts’ concerns about brain–computer interfaces? A trinational survey on the ethics of neural technology
M Sample, S Sattler, S Blain-Moraes, D Rodríguez-Arias, E Racine
Science, Technology, & Human Values 45 (6), 1242-1270, 2020
52020
Stanford’s unconceived alternatives from the perspective of epistemic obligations
MS Sample
Philosophy of Science 82 (5), 856-866, 2015
52015
Neuroessentialism in discussions about the impact of closed-loop technologies on agency and identity
E Racine, A Quintal, M Sample
AJOB neuroscience 8 (2), 81-83, 2017
32017
Silent performances: Are “repertoires” really post-Kuhnian?
M Sample
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 61, 51-56, 2017
22017
Rehabilitation culture and its impact on technology: unpacking practical conditions for ultrabilitation
W Boehlen, M Sample
Disability and rehabilitation 42 (11), 1490-1494, 2020
12020
The competing identities of neuroethics: Remarks on theoretical and methodological assumptions and their practical implications for the future of neuroethics
E Racine, M Sample
The Routledge Handbook of Neuroethics, 3-13, 2017
12017
Pragmatism for a Digital Society: The (In) significance of Artificial Intelligence and Neural Technology
M Sample, E Racine
Clinical Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical …, 2021
2021
Do We Need Neuroethics?
E Racine, M Sample
AJOB neuroscience 10 (3), 101-103, 2019
2019
Selected Abstracts From the 2016 International Neuroethics Society Annual Meeting
S Kapp, K Gillespie-Lynch, LE Sherman, T Hutman, E Klein, T Brown, ...
AJOB Neuroscience 8 (1), W1-W17, 2017
2017
Changing Human Nature: The Ethical Challenge of Biotechnological Interventions on Humans
JC Heilinger, O Müller, M Sample
Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine, 1061, 2017
2017
Imagining Responsibility, Imagining Responsibly: Reflecting on Our Shared Understandings of Science
M Sample
2016
Evolutionary, Not Revolutionary: Current Prospects for Diagnostic Neuroimaging
M Sample
AJOB Neuroscience 3 (4), 46-48, 2012
2012
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