Monday, April 21, 2008
Posted by Alan Childress
The bepress journal Studies in Ethics, Law, and Technology announces at this link its newest issue, Vol. 2, Issue 1. The journal "is a peer-reviewed and policy-focused journal that examines the ethical and legal issues that arise from emerging technologies." All papers are easily accessed in PDF via links at either site above. Its table of contents for lead articles (plus discussions and book reviews not listed here) is as follows:
Death in Traffic: Why Are the Ethical Issues Ignored?
The Ethics of Autonomous Military Robots
Privacy, Data Protection, and the Unprecedented Challenges of Ambient Intelligence
The Legal and Ethical Changes in the NHS Landscape Accompanying the Policy Shift from Paper-Based Health Records to Electronic Health Records
Alan C. Gillies
Engineering Greater Resilience or Radical Transhuman Enhancement?
The Historical Idea of a Better Race