Participate in SIENNA workshops
The SIENNA project will arrange a number of stakeholder workshops. These events are invitaiton only. Should you wish to be invited to a future workshop, please let us know that you are interested by adding your name to our stakeholder contact list.
13-14 June 2019
Stakeholder workshops in Uppsala and Gothenburg, hosted by Uppsala University. More information coming soon, registration forms to avaliable here to those invited.
- AI & Robotics workshop in Uppsala, 13-14 June 2019
- Human Enhancement workshop in Uppsala, 13-14 June 2019
- Human Genomics workshop in Gothenburg, 14 June 2019
Future impacts and ethical issues
15-18 January 2019
The third stakeholder workshop will be hosted by Trilateral Research Ltd in London, United Kingdom. For questions surrounding the programme, please contact Rowena Rodrigues (Rowena.Rodrigues[at]trilateralresearch.com).
- AI and robotics: 15 January 2019 09.30 am – 16th January 2019 12.00 noon
- Human enhancement:16th January 2019 14.00 pm – 17th January 2019 17.00 pm
- Genomics: 18th January 2019 09.30-1700
Legal aspects workshop, 8-9 november 2018
The second stakeholder workshop will be hosted by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in Poland. For questions surrounding the programme, please contact Zuzanna Warso (ZWarso@hfhr.org.pl). Download preliminary programme here and find information about the venue and hotels here
SIENNA fundamentals workshop, April 4-5, 2018
The first SIENNA stakeholder workshop was hosted by Uppsala Univeristy, Sweden on April 4-5, 2018. If you have any questions surrounding the programme, please contact Heidi C. Howard (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Afterwork: Human enhancement, April 4, 16:15
In connection with the fundamentals workshop in Uppsala, we welcomed the public to an open lecture and discussion about human enhancement from cradle to grave: promises and challenges. Find out more
Lecture: Law Disrupted, Law Re-Imagined, Law Re-Invented, November 7, 18:30
With the legal aspects workshop, we held an open lecture with Professor Roger Brownsword on the technological disruption of law: Law Disrupted, Law Re-Imagined, Law Re-Invented. Find out more