Preliminary programme

10 March

13:00-14:00 CET Introduction to the SIENNA  project

13.00
 
Introduction to the SIENNA project and the workshop
Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente
13:15 Brief overview with key finding: AI & robotics, human enhancement, human genomics, and general approaches
Speakers will be announced

14:00-17:00 CET Human Genetics and Genomics: Ethical, legal and human rights challenges

14.00
 
Introduction
Mats Hansson, Senior Professor of Biomedical Ethics, Centre for Research Ethics and Bioethics at Uppsala University
14.05 Keynote: What benefits may genomic science provide for patients in the short and medium long time perspective? - some examples
Anna Falk, Associate Professor of Stem Cell Biology, Department of Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm.
14.35 Q&A
14:45 Keynote: What would patients and patient organisations need regarding the regulation of genomic research?
Tamara Hussong Milagre, President of the patient association EVITA - Hereditary and member of ePAG Council at European Reference Network GENTURIS, Lisbon, Portugal
15:15 Q&A, biobreak
15:30 Keynote: Research and human rights from a privacy perspective: in benefit of the patient?
Olga Tzortzatou, Attorney at Law & Member of the Bioethics Committee, Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens, Greece
16:00 Q&A
16:10 Proposal of a Code of Conduct for genomic research
Amal Matar, Post Doc, Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics, Uppsala University
16:40 Bringing ethics reflection back to researchers - Concluding remarks
Mats Hansson, Senior Professor of Biomedical Ethics, Centre for Research Ethics and Bioethics at Uppsala University
17:00 End

11 March

09:30-12:30 CET Human Enhancement: Ethical, legal and human rights challenges

09:30
 
Ethical and human rights analysis, including Q&A
Speaker will be announced
10:30 Break
10:40 Human enhancement: ethics guidelines and strategic proposals, including Q&A
Yasemin J. Erden, Assistant Professor, University of Twente
Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente
11:40 Panel discussion: future strategies for human enhancement, ethics and human rights
12:30 End

13:30-17:30 CET Artificial Intelligence and Robotics:  Ethical, legal and human rights challenges

13:30
 
Introduction and key findings
Anaïs Ressegiuer, PhD, Research Analyst, Trilateral Research
14:00 The SIENNA multistakeholder strategy for ethical AI and robotics, with Q&A
Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente
14:30 Break
14:40 AI and robotics: regulatory and policy recommendations
Rowena Rodrigues, PhD, Senior Research Manager, Trilateral Research
15:25 Break
15:40 AI and robotics: instruments for ethical guidance
- Research ethics framework
- Ethics by design
- Incorporating contextual factors in AI ethics
Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente
Brandt Dainow, PostDoc, University of Twente
Anaïs Ressegiuer, PhD, Research Analyst, Trilateral Research
16:25 Break
16:40 Panel discussion: strategies for future ethical and human rights challenges of AI and robotics
17:30 End


12 March

13:00-17:00 CET Governance of emerging technologies: incorporating ethics and human rights

13:00 Introduction and keynote
Wendell Wallach, Yale University and The Hastings Center, USA
14:00 Introduction to a general governance approach
Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente
14:20 Break
14:40 Dimensions of responsible governance I, including Q&A
- Multistakeholder approach
- Approaches to ethics assessment and foresight studies
- Development and operationalization of ethics guidelines
- Policy and regulation
Speakers will be announced
15:45 Break
16:00 Dimensions of responsible governance II, including Q&A
- Ethics by Design
- Ethics of Deployment and Use
- Ethics education, training and awareness raising
- Standards and Certification
Speakers will be announced
17:00 End
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