Human rights, artificial intelligence and neurolaw. From Karel Vašák to human rights 4.0

INTRODUCTION Pérez Luño (2010, p. 50) defines human rights as [...]

Neuroenhancement: from the scientific and technological vanguard to the difficulties and limits posed by the philosophy of mind and bioethics

Review and first analysis of an article on the subject [...]

Current development of AI-powered lethal autonomous weapons. Bioethical approach

Last month, February 17, The Washington Post published an article [...]

Machine ethics in the developement of robotics and Artificial Intelligence

In a review published in Science and Engineering Ethics (read [...]

Ethical dilemmas that “intelligent machines” could present

The ethical dilemma of how to regulate the actions of [...]

Ethical questions of artificial intelligence in healthcare

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics examines, in a recently published [...]

Are killer robots stars of a new global arms race?

Countries spending billions on ‘third revolution in warfare’ and UN [...]