One of the first of its kind, the Neuroethics and Future of Reality conference, brings together academics, entrepreneurs, and experts in technology to discuss the junction of technology and humanity, and our past, current, and future reality.
What are the ethical consequences of access and use of our biometric data?
What does the future look like when we imagine best/worst case scenarios?
How will the technological landscape shape what we perceive as "real"?
This conference is free thanks to these wonderful sponsors who fully appreciate the importance of what this event aims to do.
Princeton Psychology Department
Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Princeton University Library