Over the past few years, I have been investigating ethical issues regarding human enhancement. I am now developing research initiatives on the ethics of emerging technologies, with current projects on artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data, digital societies and digital democracy, as well as some work on medical humanities, with particular interest in film and medicine, exploring how movies portray different bioethical issues.
My research in bioethics takes primarily a philosophical approach, but I have also some experience working with quantitative and qualitative projects. Whatever the methodological approach, the underlying ethical questions about what it means to be human, and whether this is changing with current medical and technological advances drives my ongoing research.
Constitutions.ch - Time Machine. Strategic Foresight for Public Policy. Link
Moral Enhancements & Moral Machines. Link
Eloge de la Fragilité à l'ère de l'Homme augmenté. Link
Science Fiction and the Ethics of Human Enhancement. Link
Superhumains.ch: the Next Generations. Link
Enhancement and Human Perfection. Link
Enhancing short children? An ethical investigation of treating ‘short but healthy’ children with growth hormones. Link
The Ethics of Big Data
The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Ethics & Blockchain
Film & Medicine