Lecture: “The future of neuroethics in the era of AI and neurotechnologies assessment”
Neuroscience and society Lab, Brain and behavioral science Dept, Università di Pavia and Center for Ethics in science and Journalism (CESJ, Milano, Italy).
In an era marked by unprecedented advancements in artificial intelligence and neurotechnology, the intersection of neuroscience and ethics has become increasingly pivotal. There is an evolving landscape in neuroethics, shedding light on the ethical challenges posed by emerging technologies that interface with the human brain. We will explore key considerations, including privacy, consent, cognitive enhancement, and the potential for bias in neurotechnological applications. The ethical implications of AI-driven neurotechnologies allow a deeper understanding of the complex relationship between human cognition and technology, ultimately paving the way for informed decision-making and responsible innovation in this rapidly evolving field.