12th Winter School Ethics of Neuroscience and AI
Professor John-Dylan Haynes (Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin and Charité Berlin)
Professor Thomas Schmidt (Department of Philosophy, HU Berlin)
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience
Berlin School of Mind and Brain
Cluster Science of Intelligence
Program and Website
Participants will be familiarized with basic ethical concepts and theories and will gain an overview of ethically relevant aspects of neuroscience and AI. Thereby, participants will learn to know how ethical issues are tackled in philosophical ethics, and they will get an overall view of the theoretical interfaces between ethics, neuroscience and AI.
Winter School website: https://www.bccn-berlin.de/events-list/winter-school-ethics-of-neuroscience-and-ai-2023.html
Hybrid Event / Virtual Participation
For the first time, the Winter School will take place as a hybrid event. Thus, it will be possible for non-local participants to take part virtually. Please note that an important aspect of the Winter School is the chance to discuss and debate the ethical issues concerning modern neuroscience and it may be difficult for virtual participants to fully participate in the discussion. Thus, if possible, we recommend that participants travel to Berlin.
Keynote lecture: t.b.a.
For the abstract, read here: Link to follow