From data collection and analysis to frameworks and codes
Right now, members of the SIENNA consortium are meeting in Paris to decide how we move from collecting and analysing data to developing ethical frameworks and codes. We will also discuss how to ensure that we deliver outputs that stakeholders in human genomics, human enhancement, artificial intelligence and robotics both want and are able to use.
We will also discuss how the outputs of the project can be sustanend, and how we should communicate about our results. The meeting is hosted by SIENNA partner Sciences Po, who have been responsible for studies on the ethical and legal issues in France, including coverage of both academic and public debates on AI, robotics, enhancement and genomics in France.