Ethics of AI for Neurotechnologies
NEC21 will host an expert panel moderated by Dr. Ricardo Chavarriaga on the “Ethics of AI for Neurotechnologies”.
This will discuss efforts between academics, industry stakeholders, and policy-makers to set the roadmap and establish standards for Neurotechnologies.
Laura Cabrera, PhD
Chair in Neuroethics, Penn State (USA); Chair IEEE Brain Neuroethics Framework; Board of Directors of the International Neuroethics Society (INS)
Philipp Kellmeyer, PhD
Head, Neuroethics and AI Ethics Lab at the University Medical Center Freiburg, Board of Directors of the International Neuroethics Society (INS)
Damian Okaibedi Eke, PhD
Research fellow, Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility, De Montfort University Leicester (UK). Data Governance Coordinator for the EU Human Brain Project
Women in Neuroergonomics
NEC21 will host a panel of outstanding female researchers in Neuroergonomics to discuss barriers and challenges encountered during their academic career. Our panelists comprise of senior academic researchers and early career researchers in academia and industry. Each panelist will discuss their unique experiences – struggles and successes – as they entered and navigated the neuroergonomics research and practice arena.
This panel will be led by Dr. Ranjana Mehta and Dr. Carryl Baldwin, who were awarded the “Woman of the Year” in 2019 and 2020 respectively by HFE-WOMAN.
Carl and Rozina Cassat Distinguished Professor of Aging & Regional Institute on Aging, Director, Fairmount College Of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Wichita State University. Dr. Baldwin will discuss struggles and strategies for effectively navigating academic tenure and promotion processes for neuroergonomics researchers.