The “People Power for the Third Millennium: Technology, Democracy and Human Rights” symposia from The Centre for Bioethics & Public Policy in the UK looks interesting, though being held in London means I’m hoping they’ll be something published out of them for a wider audience.
The first symposium, “Robots & Rights: Will artificial intelligence change the meaning of human rights?”, was a couple of days ago, and other upcoming topics include:
- Transhuman minds? Is cognitive enhancement a human right?
- Privacy and Surveillance: Monitoring humans or monitoring human rights?
- Arts and technology: the role of the arts in democratic policy making