If We Have It, Do We Use It?

Gibbs, Nancy; Bjerklie, David; Mitchell, Emily; Nash, J. Madeleine; Thompson, Dick
September 1999
Time;9/13/1999, Vol. 154 Issue 11, p59
Comments on the ethics of using technology to enhance or change children's intelligence. Uncertainty of the long-term impact of genetic engineering; The trend toward making people more alike; The question of why people would want to enhance memory.


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