Ethical issues in BCI use
Speaker: Orsolya Friedrich
Institute of Philosophy, Fern Universität Hagen
Orsolya Friedrich is currently working as a junior professor of medical ethics at the Institute of Philosophy at the FernUniversität in Hagen, where she is leading an Emmy Noether research group (DFG) on the phenomenon of interaction between humans and machines from a philosophical-ethical perspective. Areas of her research interests are especially philosophy/ethics of (neuro-)technology, medical ethics, and neuroethics. Until 2019, she led an interdisciplinary research group (BMBF) that investigated the philosophical-ethical, legal and social implications of brain-computer interfaces (www.bci-ethics.de).