Talk: The ethics of emerging technologies

What new developments will change healthcare, and how should we respond to them?

New technologies are emerging in biology and medicine at breakneck speed. What was dismissed as science fiction just ten years ago is now becoming a reality. As part of the Lausanne Movement‘s 2010 Congress in Cape Town, South Africa, I spoke on seven emerging technologies which were changing what would be possible in healthcare, and the ethical challenges they raise. You can watch it below:

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