The 2nd International Conference on Molecular Robot Ethics(JST分子ロボット倫理国際会議)


日時:2018年10月9日(火) 14:00-17:30

Molecular Robotics, an emerging interdisciplinary research field among robotics, chemistry and biology has attracted interest from the viewpoint of future technologies potentially applicable to intelligent drug delivery system and artificial muscle for cancer therapy and regenerative medicine, to name a few. This conference focuses on the ethics and technology assessment aspects of molecular robotics. The topics of interest includes comparison between molecular robotics and systems biology ethics, molecular robot guideline, responsible research and innovation and dual use issues in emergence technology, but not restricted to.

Moderator: Ryuma Shineha (Seijo University)

Opening Remarks
Molecular Robotics: Its Concept, Technology and Ethics
Akihiko Konagaya (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Safety engineering by synthetic biology
Daisuke Kiga (Waseda University)
Designing RRI after ELSI: To whom are we responsible?
Erika Szymanski (The University of Edinburgh)

15:30-16:00 Break

16:00-17:30 < Interdisciplinary Technology Assessment session>
Japanese Perspectives on Molecular Robotics: Formulating Ethical Principles of Molecular Robotics (ver. 1.1)
Naoto Kawahara (Kyushu University)
On governing risks of emerging technologies: Exemplary cases and cautionary tales from synthetic biology
Kenneth Oye (MIT Political Science, USA)
Interdisciplinary technology assessment – practice and outlook for responsible molecular robotics
Stephan Lingner (EA European Academy of Technology and Innovation Assessment, Germany)
Closing Remarks


Luncheon Seminar “Is molecular robotics a friend or foe of the human being?”
10月11日(木) 12:00-13:30



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