CALL FOR PAPERS
"Human Enhancement Technologies and Human Rights"
May 26-28, 2006
Stanford University Law School, Stanford, California
Submit proposals via e-mail by January 1, 2006 to director_at_ieet.org
Sponsored by the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, the Center for
Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, and the Stanford Center for Law and the Biosciences
Much of the criticism of enhancement technologies has focused on the
potential for increased discrimination against women, people of color,
the poor, the differently enabled, or "unenhanced" humans. Some
bioethicists have proposed a global treaty to ban enhancement
technologies as "crimes against humanity."