Artificial and Biological Neurons: Interdisciplinary Issues and Future Perspectives. White Paper

Autori

  • Davide Bazzanella
  • Giorgia Bincoletto
  • Monica Consolandi
  • Marta Fasan
  • Francesca Gennari
  • Federico Carmelo La Vattiata
  • Luca Rinaldi
  • David Roccaro
  • Clara Zaccaria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-756

Parole chiave:

AI systems, organoids, ethical and legal issues, trustworthiness, interdisciplinarity

Abstract

Recent developments in the technological domain have increased the interactions between artificial and natural spheres, leading to a growing interest in the ethical, legal and philosophical implications of AI research. The present paper aims at creating an interdisciplinary discussion on issues raised by the use and the implementation of artificial intelligence algorithms, robotics, and applied solutions in the neuroscience and biotechnology field. Building on the findings of the webinar "Workshop neuroni artificial e biologici: etica e diritto", this work explores the issues discussed in the workshop, it attempts to show both the existing challenges and opportunities and it seeks to propose ways forward to overcome some of the investigated problems.

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Pubblicato

2021-03-03

Come citare

1.
Bazzanella D, Bincoletto G, Consolandi M, Fasan M, Gennari F, La Vattiata FC, Rinaldi L, Roccaro D, Zaccaria C. Artificial and Biological Neurons: Interdisciplinary Issues and Future Perspectives. White Paper. BioLaw [Internet]. 3 marzo 2021 [citato 30 gennaio 2023];(1):353-79. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/1610

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Sezione

Artificial Intelligence e Diritto - Focus on