This site contains resources in relation to the Human Brain Project (HBP), produced by The Danish Board of Technology Foundation (DBT). Here you will find publications, newsletters, webinars, information on upcoming and past events etc.
- Read more about the project at the DBT project homepage
- Read about the work on Public Engagement and Stakeholder Dialogue
- Human Brain Project homepage
- Human Brain Project page on Ethics and Society
- Read more about the global citizen consultation initiative World Wide Views
For future events please see our event page
Here you can find descriptions of previous events arranged by DBT related to the HBP.
- Seminar on ‘Dual Use, Future Computing, Robotics and the Human Brain Project (HBP)’
- Citizen Meetings in the Human Brain Project
- Seminar on “Theory and data for advancing future neuroscience and the Human Brain Project (HBP)”.
- Seminar on ‘Expert dialogue on multi-level data federation in the Human Brain Project’
- AI 360 l Copenhagen
In our newsletters we cover societal, ethical and political issues related to the HBP research and sum up on work done by the DBT.
- 1: Living up to privacy and informed consent in the Human Brain ProjectHBP_Privacy_informed-consent_Policy-Options_01
- 2: Opening up the Human Brain Project (HBP) to the neuroscience community
- 3: EU citizens want to be informed of the use of their personal data
- 4: Opening up the discussion on dual use in the Human Brain Project (HBP)
- 5: Directions for using federated data in clinical practice
- 6: Beyond the legal requirements of data driven research
- 7: Dealing with dual use of HBP research – The citizens’ perspective
- 8: A 360-degree evaluation of AI: Recommendations for action
- Articles in English
- AI 360: Steering AI for societal benefit
- Responsible use of brain research and super computing technologies
- Citizens consulted on how to deal with possible dual use of HBP research
- Killer robots: something to worry about?
- We ask European citizens: How do we handle the risk that neuroscience could be used for military purposes in the future?
- Articles in Danish
- AI, hjerneforskning, etik og moral på tværs af verdens hjerneprojekter
- Militær anvendelse af hjerneforskning
- Vi spørger borgerne i EU: Hvordan håndterer vi risikoen for at hjerneforskning anvendes til militært brug i fremtiden?
- 360 graders evaluering om kunstig intelligens
- #fmdk Teknologirådet vært for debat om forskning og datasikkerhed
- Expert seminar ‘Theory and Data for Advancing Future Neuroscience and the Human Brain Project (HBP)’ report and recommendations
- Country specific reports from Survey on ‘Citizen’s view on data protections and privacy in research projects’
- Citizens’ View on Neuroscience and Dual Use – Online Consultation
- European Citizens’ View on Neuroscience and Dual Use – Synthesis Report of Citizen Workshops
- Opinion: Opinion on ‘Responsible Dual Use’
- Opinion: Opinion and Action Plan on ‘Data Protection and Privacy’
- Poster on public engagement activities, November 2016
- Poster on Stakeholder Forum activities, November 2016
This webinar include four guest presentations related to Open Research Agenda Setting, and concerns the work of engaging and consulting the public in the beginning of a scientific process.
- Webinar on ‘The future of robotics, brains and ICT’.
In this Webinar you can hear talks on Intelligent Machines, Human–Robot interaction: psychological and ethical issues, Cognitive computing and machine learning and Brain Computer interfaces and neuroprosthetics.
- Webinar on Dual use and neuroscience.
This webinar covers the topics of Dual use issues in biotechnology and infectious disease, Prevention of misuse, The ethics of AI and autonomous weapons and Introduction to dual use and neuroscience.
Opinion videos from experts from a seminar that covered the themes Privacy and Anonymization of health data, Architecture of the federated data and Brain disease signatures and Personalized medicine
- Webinar on Multi-level patient data federation and the development of personalised medicine for brain diseases. The talks in this webinar covers two themes:
- The first theme ‘Multi-level brain data federation and protection’ covers the themes Legal Regulations and Data Privacy Issues, Ethically Justified Data Management, Data Anonymisation – The Use of Medical Data In Research and Data Anonymisation – Techniques and Anonymity.
- The second theme covers ‘Development of ‘disease signatures’ and personalised medicine’. This theme covers the topics Personalised Medicine, and Psychiatric Diseases: The Main Societal Implications, Key Consideration in Effective Patient Participation, Challenges and Opportunities in Personalised and Data Driven Medicine and Personalised Medicine and Disease Signatures – Ability Expectation and Ableism.
- P1 Orientering (Danish Radio) interview with Project Manager Nicklas Bang Bådum regarding preliminary results of EuropeSay Survey, 18.02.2020, begins at 46:49. P1 Interview.