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INS Annual Meeting

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100 - 500
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Based on previous editions

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22 - 23 Oct 2020

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After careful consideration, the International Neuroethics Society has committed to a virtual format for this year's annual meeting to ensure a safe .. Read more environment for attendees and to make participation possible for more people during this time of increased uncertainty, financial insecurity, and rapidly changing health recommendations and travel restrictions.The 2020 INS Annual Meeting will be a 2-day virtual conference with the theme 'Our Digital Future: Building Networks Across Neuroscience, Technology and Ethics.' The program will be accessible entirely online with live, interactive sessions held synchronously on October 22-23 (U.S. Eastern Daylight Time).We recognize that everyone is suffering from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and that many of our members and meeting attendees are deeply engaged professionals contributing expertise to the many coordinated responses.

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Thu, 22 Oct

Welcome
Nita Farahany
Nita Farahany President
Thu, 22 Oct
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Thu, 22 Oct
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Governing Brain Data in the Infosphere
This session aims to broaden the discussion on international governance of brain data and the use of big data analytics in neuroscie
Thu, 22 Oct
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Prospects for AI-Enabled Diagnostic Imaging
Long considered unrealistic, brain imaging for the purpose of psychiatric diagnosis appears more plausible with applications of arti
Thu, 22 Oct
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Linking Social Justice and Brain Injuries Through Theology
Religious and theological traditions of ethics provide an opportunity to expand and enrich approaches to social justice in neuroethi
Thu, 22 Oct
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Thu, 22 Oct
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Career Tracks in Neuroethics
Marcello Ienca, ETH Zurich (Switzerland)Khara Ramos, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (United S
Thu, 22 Oct
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Securing Funding and Grants
Laura Cabrera, Michigan State University (United States)Judy Illes, Neuroethics Canada (Canada)Jonathan Pugh,
Thu, 22 Oct
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Reaching Out: Neuroethics at the Interface of Science, Art and Society
John Aspler, Montreal Clinical Research Institute (Canada)Katherine Bassil, Maastricht University (Netherlands)
Thu, 22 Oct
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Research Presentations
The following investigators will contribute a 10-minute recorded presentation of their research and spend 5 minutes answering questi
Thu, 22 Oct
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Research Cohorts / Poster Viewing
Investigators may schedule small-group discussions at these times, coordinating with their assigned mentor and research cohort
Fri, 23 Oct
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Neuroscience and ethics in the face of the pandemic: lessons from Italy
Italy was a laboratory for the first acute phase of the COVID-19 epidemic. Today, we can start dealing with the health and social co
Fri, 23 Oct
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Research Cohorts / Poster Viewing
Investigators may schedule small-group discussions at these times, coordinating with their assigned mentor and research cohort
Fri, 23 Oct
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Charting the Path to Ethical Neurotechnology
Neurotechnology is rapidly advancing. New consumer products and therapeutic applications of brain–computer interfaces in particular are for
Fri, 23 Oct
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Fri, 23 Oct
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Policing, Neurotechnology, and the Search for Truth
Over the past decade, brain-based methods of detecting lies and autobiographical memories have been introduced in neuroscience labs
Fri, 23 Oct
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Life and Health Decisions with Experimental Brain Implants
Trials researching effective treatments for psychiatric and neurological ailments are increasingly using experimental devices implanted int
Fri, 23 Oct
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Challenges of Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience to Democracy
The possibilities offered by the combined insights of artificial intelligence and neuroscience raise profound questions for democrac
Fri, 23 Oct
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Fri, 23 Oct
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Neuroethics in a Time of Crisis
A fuller understanding of the impact of COVID-19 on the brain, and associated neurological and mental health impacts, is still emerging. At
Fri, 23 Oct
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Race to the Future? Reimagining the Default Settings of Technology & Society
From everyday apps to complex algorithms, technology has the potential to hide, speed, and deepen discrimination, while appearing neutral a
Ruha Benjamin
Ruha Benjamin Associate Professor of African American Studi..
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Nita Farahany

Nita Farahany

President
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Ruha Benjamin

Ruha Benjamin

Associate Professor of African American Studies, Princeton University Founding...
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