Neuroscience & Public Policy Seminar by Dr. Rafael Yuste
Title: The NeuroRights: Five ethical priorities for neurotechnologies and AI
Thursday, October 25, 2018
Biotechnology Auditorium Room 1111 (425 Henry Mall), Genetics-Biotechnology Center Building
Speaker: Dr. Rafael Yuste, Columbia University The development of novel neurotechnologies and artificial intelligence will have profound consequences on society. To ensure that these technologies are properly integrated with our core values, we propose to add a new set of 5 rights to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to respect and preserve people’s mental privacy, identity, agency, equality of access and lack of bias.