Asociación Mexicana de Neuroética

Academic Sessions

These sessions (bimonthly and online) are interdisciplinary forums for the discussion and analysis of neuroscientific, neurotechnological and artificial intelligence related topics. Members of AMNE and special guests from the academic community of Mexico, Latin America, Europe, Asia, the United States and Canada participate in these forums.

The logistics consist of a brief 10 to 20-minute presentation about a specific topic, and then the discussion is opened to the rest of the participants.

The maximum capacity is of 20 attendees confirmed by RSVP through the following email address: administrador@neuroeticamexico.org

Sessions are video-recorded (with the participants’ prior consent) and will be available on this website. An attendance certificate is granted.

Calendar for the second semester of 2021:

July 6th

13 hrs (Mexico City)
20 hrs (Madrid)
15 hrs (Buenos Aires)
14 hrs (ET)

Dr. Arleen Salles (Acting leader on responsible research and innovation work package and task leader of neuroethics and engagement of the Human Brain Project) will participate with the topic “Neuroethics in the Human Brain Project of the European Union.”

September 7th

12 hrs (Mexico City)
19 hrs (Madrid)
15 hrs (Buenos Aires)
13 hrs (ET)

Dr. Daniel Silva (Director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Forensic Investigations of the National Academy of Sciences of Buenos Aires) will participate with the topic “Decision-making and autonomy from the perspective of neuroethics.”

November 9th

12 hrs (Mexico City)
19 hrs (Madrid)
15 hrs (Buenos Aires)
13 hrs (ET)

The Ibero-American Neurorights Group will participate with the topic “Transnational considerations of neurorights.”