Month: June 2019

Preparing for Global Public Engagement with Neuroethics

Participants of the Global Neuroethics Summit pre-summit workshop in Uppsala May 2019 Why and how should we engage the public with neuroscience? What are the common global questions for the public eng...

The underdog in the AI ethical and legal debate: human autonomy

Rowena Rodrigues and Anaïs Rességuier, Trilateral Research Advances in AI will have serious and lasting consequences for human autonomy. Does the increasing autonomy of machines necessarily imply a de...

ORBIT delivered its first Ethical Hackathon at Royal Holloway

The ORBIT team has successfully delivered its first Ethical Hackathon on 05/06/19 and 06/06/19. The event was held for PhD students in Cyber Security at Royal Holloway. An Ethical Hackathon is a two-d...

New Interim Data Protection Officer in the Human Brain Project

On 1st June 2019, Dr. Simisola Akintoye became the new interim Human Brain Project’s (HBP) Data Protection Officer (DPO). She replaces the previous HBP DPO Kevin McGillivray who has left the HBP to ta...