Dirk Rodenburg PhD Candidate

Dirk Rodenburg is a PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto with a special interest in the impact of real time data feedback on cognition and performance. Dirk has a longstanding interest in bioethics and the ethics of human augmentation. His most recent publication explores the ethics related to transhuman athletic technologies.


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Semaphore Colloquium Series: Ethics and Brainwave Technology by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Nov 30th, 2013

Is thought-controlled computing ethical?

Dirk Rodenburg, PhD candidate at the Faculty of Information (University of Toronto) is studying brainwaves. Recent technological breakthroughs have brought the previously-fantastical notion of telepathy...

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Semaphore Teams Up with the Centre for Responsible Brainwave Technologies by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Apr 3rd, 2014

Semaphore is pleased to announce that they will be the local academic partner for the Centre for Responsible Brainwave Technologies (CeReB). A not-for-profit, non-partisan body...

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