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|<nettime-ann> CfP: TILTing Perspectives 2011 – Technologies on the stand: Legal and ethical questions in neuroscience and robotics|
.The Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) is proud to announce the upcoming TILTing Perspectives 2011 conference entitled
"Technologies on the stand: legal and ethical questions in neuroscience and robotics."
The conference will be held at Tilburg University (the Netherlands) on 11 and 12 April 2011. It will focus on the legal and ethical questions raised by the application of neuroscience and robotics in various contexts. The conference will have two independent, but related tracks:
1. Law and neuroscienceThe first track will focus on the legal and ethical issues surrounding recent developments in neuroscience and the legal application of neurotechnologies. Discussion topics will include, but are not limited to: - the possible use of neurotechnologies in a legal context and the implications thereof, - the role of neuroscience in determining legal capacities and in detecting deception, - the legal and ethical issues surrounding the medical application of neurotechnologies, and - the legal and ethical implications of using neurotechnologies for enhancement purposes.
2. Law, ethics and roboticsThe second track will focus on the legal and ethical implications of the application of robotics in social environments (e.g., the home, hospitals and other health care institutes, in traffic, but also in war). Discussion topics will include, but are not limited to: - the legal and ethical questions raised by the proliferation of robotics for the home environment, - the legal and ethical questions raised by the deployment of robotics in war,
- liability and the legal status of robots, and - autonomous action, agency and the ethical implications thereof.The conference aims at bringing together national and international experts from the fields of (1) law and neuroscience and (2) law, ethics and robotics, and to facilitate discussion between lawyers, legal scholars, psychologists, social scientists, philosophers, neuroscientists and policy makers.
Our confirmed keynote speakers are: - Stephen Morse (University of Pennsylvania) - Paul Wolpe (Emory University) - Wendell Wallach (Yale University) - Noel Sharkey (University of Sheffield)If you would like to present a paper at this conference, please send in an abstract (of max. 350 words) using the abstract submission system on our website:http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/faculties/law/research/tilt/events/tilting2011/abssubmission/
Abstract submission is open from 1 September until 15 October. You may submit an abstract on the topics suggested above, or on a related topic that falls within the conference theme.
Full papers will be published in the conference proceedings. The winning paper in the Best Paper Contest will be published in a special edition of the international, peer reviewed journal Law, Innovation and Technology (Hart Publishers).
Important dates for submission: - Deadline for submission of abstract: 15 October 2010- Notification of acceptance and invitation to write a full paper: 1 November 2010
- Deadline for submission of full papers: 15 December 2010 - Reviewers' feedback and comments: 31 January 2011 - Deadline for submission of revised papers: 15 March 2011 - Conference dates: 11 and 12 April For more information, please visit our website: http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/faculties/law/research/tilt/events/tilting2011/ _______________________________________________ nettime-ann mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.nettime.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/nettime-ann