Video: Brave New Brain-Tech
Current and emerging neurotechnologies are being considered and used for a range of applications in medicine, public life, and national security operations. Sponsored by IEEE TechEthics in partnership with the IEEE Brain Initiative, this session at the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS) focused attention upon the need for neuroethico-legal guidelines/best practices and emphasized IEEE's leadership in this space.
IEEE Neuroethics Framework
The IEEE Brain Neuroethics Subcommittee is leading an effort to develop guidelines to address ethical, legal, and social concerns for the research and use of neurotechnologies. The initial focus is on a Neuroethics Framework to define and categorize current and emerging neurotechnologies, and elucidate ethical, legal, and social issues generated by context-specific applications of these technologies. Input is being sought to help complete the framework.
Will 5G Be Bad for Our Health?
In this blog post, IEEE antenna and telecommunications experts address concerns over radio frequency exposure from the deployment of 5G networks.
Navigating the (Mis)Perceptions of Autonomous Vehicles
Autonomous vehicles are the future. Or are they? As with any potentially transformative technology, there is much to look forward to. But there is also plenty of hype. This public panel session addresses the facts and misperceptions of autonomous vehicles, particularly in the context of their impact on society.View on IEEE.tv