Colloquium #1 Transhumanism in the Age of Improving Medicine – Day 1

Morning program :

• 9 a.m.: Opening speeches

XIE Zhiyong, Professor at the University of Political Science and Law of China (UPCL), Dean of the Faculty of Comparative Law. Emilie GAILLARD, Associate Professor HDR, Sciences-po Rennes and general coordinator of the Normandy Chair for Peace. Amandine CAYOL, Associate Professor at the University of Caen Normandy The human being augmented by “ameliorative” medicine: crossed views of doctors and jurists on transhumanism Session chairs: Anne-Charlotte GROS, Executive Director of the Foundation for Continental Law and WANG Yue, Vice-Dean of the Institute of Health Law at the University of Beijing • 10 a.m.: General presentation of the theme by the session chairmen • 10:30 a.m.: From therapeutic medicine to the emergence of an ameliorative medicine, Aurore CATHERINE, Associate Professor in private law at the University of Caen Normandie. • 10:45 am: Break • 11 am: Improving medicine after birth: the point of view of physicians Yves REZNIK, PUPH in endocrinology, Caen University Hospital, Fausto VIADER, PUPH in neurology, Caen University Hospital • 11:30 a.m.: From awake brain surgery to the neurolink machine, how far will we go? RUAN JIAN, attending physician in neurosurgery at the Chongqing University Cancer Hospital University Cancer Hospital in Chongqing • 11:45 am: AI & cognitive enhancement: benefits and limitations, Joël COLLOC, doctor of medicine and professor of computer science at University of Le Havre Normandie

Afternoon program

• 12 am : Assisted reproductive technology: balance between bioethics and legal regulation, Ning QIAO • 12:15 am : Discussions and break • 2 pm : Improving medicine before birth: the point of view of physicians Nathalie RIVES, PUPH in medicine and biology of reproduction and and developmental biology, President of the French Federation of of CECOS • 2:30 pm: Discussions The augmented human being, which societal vision? Session Chair: Christian BYK, magistrate and president of the Committee of the French Commission for UNESCO • 3 pm : General presentation of the theme by the Chairman of the session • 3:15 pm: Can we improve humans? The view of an anthropologist”, Frédérick LEMARCHAND, Professor of Sociology at the University of Caen Normandie University • 3:30 pm : Improving medicine: a transhumanist society that ignores itself? Daniela CERQUI, anthropologist, lecturer and researcher at the and research at the University of Lausanne (UNIL) • 3:45 pm: Improving technologies, transhumanist project and society: philosophical analysis of a three-way game, Fernand DORIDOT teacher-researcher in ethics and philosophy of science and technology and technologies at ICAM in Lille • 4 pm: Techniques of self, self-governance and productivism: analyzing the practices of augmentation among transhumanists, Cecilia CALHEIROS, PhD in sociology from EHESS. • 4:15 pm: Can neurotechnologies contribute to moral progress? Annie HOURCADE-SCIOU, Associate Professor in philosophy at the University of Rouen Normandie University of Rouen Normandy • 4:30 pm : Discussions

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02. zero hunger02. zero hunger
03. good health & well being03. good health & well being
04. quality education04. quality education
05. gender equality05. gender equality
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