SIENNA Project Hosts Public Consultation on Ethics in AI & Robotics
Existing EU legal frameworks like human rights, data protection, product liability and safety, are fully applicable and should be able to cope with the challenges posed by AI and robotics, and other emerging technologies. SIENNA, an EU-funded project, has identified various gaps and challenges that must be addressed.
Between 11-25 January, the SIENNA project invites stakeholders to a public consultation of a group of documents with concrete ethical guidance for human genomics. human enhancement, artificial intelligence and robotics! The results of the consultations will be used to make recommendations for European Union institutions. Find out more about the process here.
Since one of NanoFabNet’s core objectives to to interlink ethics with ongoing technological advancements, we encourage our relevant stakeholders to take part!