Dec. 21, 2018

Opinion on Responsible Dual Use from the Human Brain Project

The Ethics and Society group of the Human Brain Project (HBP) has just published its opinion on “Responsible Dual Use” including recommendations for dealing with dual use concerns in relation to misuse of brain research and new computing technologies. 

The Ethics and Society group of the Human Brain Project (HBP) has just published its opinion on “Responsible Dual Use” including recommendations for dealing with dual use concerns in relation to misuse of brain research and new computing technologies. As a consequence, The Human Brain Project has established a project-wide dual use working group to evaluate the research carried out within the project, and to disseminate the recommendations from the opinion, as well as experience accumulated through the work of the group itself. Target audiences include national governments, the European Commission, national and international research associations.

 

 

DOWNLOAD PDF >> Human Brain Project Opinion on ‘Responsible Dual Use’ 1.2 MB Political, Security, Intelligence and Military Research of Concern in Neuroscience and Neurotechnology

 

For background information on the development of the Opinion please visit the “Social, Ethical, Reflective” part of the HBP website, as well as the pages of the individual partners of the Ethics and Society Group (Uppsala University, Prof. Kathinka Evers; The Danish Board of Technology Foundation, Director, Lars Klüver; de Montfort University, Prof. Bernd Stahl, King’s College London. Prof. Nikolas Rose).

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