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Millions of Flickr images were sucked into a database called MegaFace. Now some of those faces may have the ability to sue.
#Bioethics News: The rise of consumer genetic tests - which allow people to connect with relatives they never knew they had - is forcing sperm banks to reconsider their basic tenet of donating sperm: anonymity https://t.co/dDCgWGk3cu
A preliminary test of Crispr in 3 cancer patients suggests that it can be used safely to edit genes in immune cells to direct them against malignant cells. But does it work? Too soon to tell. https://t.co/5LiU5v3GuB
#Bioethics News: A machine learning tool successfully scanned health-care databases to identify individuals with familial hypercholesterolaemia - a tool that could improve cardiovascular outcomes for millions of undiagnosed individuals https://t.co/Jp9kSxc1ET
#Bioethics News: A study examining how researchers acquire and develop notions of research integrity concluded that research integrity training should be offered from the bachelors level and continue throughout the entire professional life of researchers https://t.co/0F0GEwIkt2
Access AJOB #Neuroscience article https://t.co/SDrBLEbb8K - 'Telling the Truth About Pain: #InformedConsent & the Role of Expectation in #Pain Intensity reviews evidence that expectation, learning,& reappraisal can influence the felt intensity of pain @bioethics_net @altmetric