LSJ article by Allan McCay
Submission to the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights
Several members of the MindingRights network have together made a submission to the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human rights in response to the proposal for a new federal Human Rights Act for Australia. With their submission they wish to draw attention to emerging human rights challenges with respect to the human mind that may be associated with the emergence of neurotechnologies.
Read the full submission here:
MindingRights submission to Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, June 2023
The submission can also be found on the website of the Parliament of Australia (submission #112).
TEDx talk by Allan McCay
In October 2022, Allan McCay gave a talk at TEDxSydneySalon on ‘How neurotechnology could endanger human rights’ (published online in March 2023)
The Cambridge Handbook of Responsible Artificial Intelligence – Interdisciplinary Perspectives
The book by Silja Voeneky, Philipp Kellmeyer, Oliver Mueller, and Wolfram Burgard, was published by the Cambridge University Press in September 2022
Book release by Sjors Ligthart on coercive brain-reading
The book by Sjors Ligthart, Coercive Brain-Reading in Criminal Justice, was published by the Cambridge University Press in October 2022.
Book release by Marcello Ienca and colleagues
In May 2022, Marcello Ienca and his colleagues published The Cambridge Handbook of Information Technology, Life Sciences and Human Rights (Cambridge University Press, 2022)
Book release by Fabrice Jotterand
In January 2022, Fabrice Jotterand has recently published his monograph The Unfit Brain and the Limits of Moral Bioenhancement (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022)
Book release by Marc Blitz and Christoph Bublitz
In December 2021, Marc Blitz and Christoph Bublitz published the edited volume The Law and Ethics of Freedom of Thought, Volume 1: Neuroscience, Autonomy, and Individual Rights (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022)