I completed my master degree in Philosophy at the University of Pisa in March 2007 with a thesis on “Brain-Machine Interfaces and Persons: ontological and ethical issues”. In my thesis, I have outlined an approach to the ethical monitoring of these bioengineering emerging technologies, focusing on their impact on personal identity and autonomy.
In addition to academic work, my experience also includes working as trainee at the European Commission DG Research and Technological Development.
Book release ‘Ethical Assessments of Emerging Technologies’
January 14, 2016 — We are very excited to inform you that Frederica Lucivero’s book “Ethical Assessments of Emerging Technologies: Appraising the moral plausibility of [more...]