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22 February 2019 | Solvay Library in Brussels

Neurotech and AI: Do We Need New Human Rights? (I)

OpenMind has gathered a leading group of interdisciplinary experts at the Solvay Library in Brussels to explore the ethical and regulatory implications of the development of the study of the brain through neurobiology and different techniques of artificial intelligence. Participating, among others were Rafael Yuste (Columbia University), John Donoghue (Wyss Center), Jack Gallant (Berkeley) and Blaise Agüera and Arcas (Google).

In this video you can follow the first two panels:

 

Panel I: The Scientists’ View

 

Rafael Yuste, Director, Neurotechnology Center, Columbia University 

John Donoghue, Director, Wyss Center for Bio & Neuroengineering 

Jack Gallant, Chancellor’s Professor of Neuroscience, UC Berkeley

Blaise Agüera y Arcas, Distinguished Scientist, Google

 

Panel II: The Citizens’ Voice

 

Blaise Agüera y Arcas, Distinguished Scientist, Google

Rafael Yuste, Director, Neurotechnology Center, Columbia University 

Pilar del Castillo, MEP, European Parliament

Beatriz Becerra Basterrechea, MEP, European Parliament