The Neurolaw Network is an Oxford University based network of academics, lawyers, scientists and ethicists specialising in neurolaw and human enhancement.
We are holding a conference in January titled "Human Enhancement and the Law: Regulating for the Future" for which we want to create new logo for our conference webpage which can also be used prominently as part of a poster (Website is here: http://neurolawconference.org).
The full conference title is 'Human Enhancement and the Law: Regulating for the Future". You could include 'Regulating for the Future' as a form of slogan somewhere if that works - the two parts of the name can be separated, as long as the first part is very prominent.
This is an academic project that focuses on human enhancement and the legal, political and philosophical aspects of neuroenhancment. The focus is often on how we should regulate these emerging technologies in the future. You can see more information about us at: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-a…aw-project
Our specific areas of interest include:
*new forms of harm as a result of enhancement technologies
*whether there might be an obligation to enhance
*product liability issues
*the right to bodily integrity and enhancement
*implications of enhancement technology for governance
*implications for the criminal law (incl. criminal responsibility)
*tort claims for harm as a result of enhancement (or the failure to enhance)
*regulating access to enhancing technologies
*genetic enhancement and impact on future generations
*regulatory approaches to challenges raised by enhancement
*data protection and device hacking
*defining enhancement for the purposes of regulation
*the political dimension to regulating enhancement
Ways people enhance include:
- taking medications
- having devices implanted
- tdcs (like foc.us)
- commonly know things like pacemakers
- less commonly known things like neural implants (like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogBX18maUiM