Centers at UC Berkeley and the University of Cambridge will train scientists to be aware of the ethical and societal impacts of scientific discoveries and to engage the public in early and intentional discussions about them.
LOS ANGELES-Sunday 12 December 2021 [ AETOS Wire ]
(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Scientific discoveries deepen our understanding of nature and ourselves, with the potential to transform our everyday lives, yet can raise ethical concerns or risks for society.
Cutting-edge neuroscience, genetics, and artificial intelligence are a few examples that are driving the need to discuss: Who bears responsibility for broad ethical considerations of scientific discoveries? When is it optimal to consider implications and risks? How can the public be empowered to participate in these discussions?
Two Kavli Centers for Ethics, Science, and the Public – at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Cambridge – are launch
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