Governance of emerging technologies

On 10 and 12 March, we presented the SIENNA project and our approaches for ethical and human rights assessment, guidance and governance of emerging technologies. What steps do different actors need to take to enable responsible innovation, and what tools and methods do they need? How can we integrate ethical guidance with regulation and policy? In these sessions, we presented ways to include stakeholders in ethical analysis and governance, combining ethical analysis with foresight and social impact assessment, for the development of general and domain- and actor-specific ethics guidelines, standards and certification, and for including Ethics by Design methods in technology development.

The SIENNA project

Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente

Brief overview with key findings: AI & robotics

Anaïs Resseguier, PhD, Senior Research Analyst, Trilateral Research

Brief overview with key findings: human enhancement

Yasemin J. Erden, Assistant Professor, University of Twente

Brief overview with key findings: human genomics

Amal Matar, MD, PhD, Post Doc, Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics, Uppsala University

Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente

General approaches



Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente

Yasemin J. Erden, Assistant Professor, University of Twente

Brandt Dainow, PostDoc, University of Twente

Nicole Santiago, Senior Research Analyst, Trilateral Research

Last modified: 2021-03-22