Neurotechnologies, AI and Human Rights
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The combination of Neurotechnologies and AI is enabling advances in neuroscience research. The possibility of recording, interpreting and modulating brain activity paves the way for new approaches for therapeutics, assistive devices and human-machine interaction in the clinical, consumer and military domains.
Contrasting to their potential benefits, advancement in neurotechnology raises important concerns regarding their impact on human dignity and rights. In response, voices from academia, international organizations and the private sector have launched calls for appropriate governance in this field. This webinar will discuss the impact of combining AI and neurotechnologies, existing initiatives to and strategies to promote their development in accordance to existing and emergent frameworks for human right protection.
This session is organized in partnership with CLAIRE Brussels.
What is CLAIRE
The Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligence Research in Europe (CLAIRE) is an organisation created by the European AI community that seeks to strengthen European excellence in AI research and innovation, with a strong focus on human-centred AI. CLAIRE aims to establish a world-wide brand recognition for “AI made in Europe” (at the level of CERN), and to position Europe in control of its own future. CLAIRE was launched in June 2018 and now has the support of more than 3,900 people, most of them scientists, technologists, and researchers in Artificial Intelligence. CLAIRE has opened administrative offices in The Hague, Saarbrücken, Prague, Rome, Brussels, Oslo, Paris and Zürich and has received official letters of support from the governments of nine European countries
And the Webpage: https://claire-ai.org/
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