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  1.  4
    Ethical Aspects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Neuroenhancement.Arantzazu San Agustín & Juan Camilo Moreno - 2021 - Dilemata 34:121-132.
    The non-invasive stimulation techniques are already recognized as technology that allows neuroenhancement, specifically the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation can be applied following potentiation protocols in order to enhance both cognitive and motor systems. Hand in hand with this capacity arises the ethical problem of its application. The objective of this contribution is to describe and discuss what ethical aspects have been established in relation to this current phenomenon. Thus, we will first describe the mechanisms and results of non-invasive technology in relation (...)
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    Polarización y tecnologías de la Información: radicales vs. extremistas.Manuel Almagro & Neftalí Villanueva - 2021 - Dilemata 34:51-69.
    The way digital information technologies work and, more specifically, the possibilities for action that technological devices offer to us affect our processes of political belief formation. In particular, there seems to be a close connection between our digital affordances and the increase of the sort of polarization that threatens the proper functioning of democracy. In this paper, we analyze whether the type of polarization linked to the use of digital technologies, and which endangers the health of public deliberation, has to (...)
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    Diez consideraciones ético-jurídicas en relación con la reutilización y big data en el ámbito sanitario.Txetxu Ausín, María Belén Andreu Martínez, Julián Valero Torrijos & Joaquín Cayón de las Cuevas - 2021 - Dilemata 34:139-145.
    Various research groups with ongoing projects in the areas of personal data protection, reuse of public sector information and open data organised a seminar on October 29, 2020, on reuse and big data in the field of health in which researchers, managers and policymakers from different disciplines participated. Starting from the premise of the special importance that access to health data has as a resource for research, management and development of health products, treatments and interventions and, at the same time, (...)
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    Prolegómenos a una ética para la robótica social.Júlia Pareto Boada - 2021 - Dilemata 34:71-87.
    Social robotics has a high disruptive potential, for it expands the field of application of intelligent technology to practical contexts of a relational nature. Due to their capacity to “intersubjectively” interact with people, social robots can take over new roles in our daily activities, multiplying the ethical implications of intelligent robotics. In this paper, we offer some preliminary considerations for the ethical reflection on social robotics, so that to clarify how to correctly orient the critical-normative thinking in this arduous task. (...)
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    Una propuesta de diseño de sistema de gobernanza ética de datos masivos para la investigación e innovación responsable.Patrici Calvo Cabezas - 2021 - Dilemata 34:31-49.
    The management of big data has become one of the great challenges of the digitally hyperconnected society. Although it is recognized that the collection, processing and use of massive data generates important advances in spheres such as the economy, health, politics, communication, education or science, at the same time there are strong criticisms for the disruptive effects and negative consequences that this process can generate on society, especially among its most vulnerable groups. The objective of this work is to propose (...)
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    Robots inteligentes. Implicaciones ético-jurídicas de la introducción de tecnologías disruptivas en los entornos de trabajo.Daniel Peres Díaz - 2021 - Dilemata 34:89-104.
    The introduction of disruptive technologies in work environments is causing an unprecedented transformation of the forms of organization of productive activity and the associated models of social relations. The digitization of the economy, the provision of services via platforms, the automation of new job functions and the introduction of machine and deep learning software in the hiring, evaluation and management of employed work, establish new scenarios for ethical reflection- legal. In this sense, the present work offers elements of analysis to (...)
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    Neuromodulación para la mejora de la agencia moral: el neurofeedback.Paloma J. García Díaz - 2021 - Dilemata 34:105-119.
    This article aims to pay heed to the rational and deliberative dimensions of moral agency within the project of moral enhancement. In this sense, it is presented how the technique of neurofeedback might contribute to the enhancement of moral deliberations and autonomy. Furthermore, this brain-computer interface is thought as a possible element of a Socratic moral assistant interested in improving moral enhancement within a model of full interaction between moral agents and such a moral assistant. This proposal does not embrace (...)
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    Tecnologías socialmente disruptivas.Jon Rueda Etxebarria - 2021 - Dilemata 34:1-4.
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    Interview with Philip Brey.Jon Rueda Etxebarria & Txetxu Ausín - 2021 - Dilemata 34:133-137.
    Interview with Philip Brey in which he clarifies and exemplifies the concept of ‘socially disruptive technology’, offering a series of key aspects for its present and future analysis from the disciplinary perspective of technology ethics. Philip Brey is Professor of Philosophy of Technology at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Twente. He has been a keynote speaker of the International Workshop on Controversies and Polarization on Disruptive Technologies, that took place virtually and in Granada, on October 5th and (...)
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    Disrupciones, continuidades y determinismos en la gametogénesis in vitro.Natalia Fernández-Jimeno - 2021 - Dilemata 34:11-29.
    In this work I have tried to fill the gap left by the bioethical discussion on in vitro gametogenesis with regard to the contextual factors of the development of this technology. Starting from the understanding of IVG within the sociotechnical system of assisted reproductive technologies, I tray to explain, from a co-production point of view, the role played by agents and contextual factors in the configuration of the IVG. To do this, I use semi-structured interviews with specialist in embryology, as (...)
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