This workshop is the second event examining the repercussions of new and emerging military technologies for armed conflict in the 21st century. This event looks at how potential uses of neuroscience by the military to enhance the performance of their personnel, is shaping armed conflict. During the session we will be ciritcally analysing the implications of these developments from a political and policy perspective, from an ethical perspective and finally from a legal perspective. The workshop is held in partnership with The Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict (ELAC) and the Oxford Martin School.
Please note that the time of the event may change.