facial recognition

Responsible science in an age of advancement

Charlotte Hartley examines how revolutionary scientific and technological advances give rise to ethical dilemmas.

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Monkey faces: high tech facial recognition with a difference

Elizabeth Hopper talks about the monkey brain imaging that revolutionised neuroscience.