Governance and Ethics in Dealing with Emerging Technologies
Dr. Matthias Braun serves as an Assistant Professor at the Chair of Systematic Theology II (Ethics) at the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. His current research deals with questions of political ethics (the relationship between democracy, civil society and the rule of law) as well as with the ethical, legal and social challenges of new technologies (especially: Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Genome Editing). In addition to scientific publications and national and international lectures, Matthias Braun has been able to attract and carry out numerous research projects.
Introduction.- Imagined Futures: Trust and Justice in SB Governance.- Governance and Participation in Policy Reports of Synthetic Biology (Literature Review).- Approaches in Defining Governance, Challenges and Benefits.- Designing Governance Frameworks.- Governance of Synthetic Biology.- Governance and Public Participation.- Objectives.- Focus Areas Participation.- Communication.- Representation.-Evaluation.- Focus Areas Governance.- Resources.- Training.- Data Management.- Responsibility.- Case Study: COVID-19 Vaccine Development.- Conclusion.- Recommendations.