ETICA stands for Ethical Issues of Emerging ICT Applications

ETICA stands for Ethical Issues of Emerging ICT Applications

This website contains information about the ETICA project. You are invited to look at the deliverables, publications, consortium member and other useful information.

 

The ETICA project was a reserach project on “Ethical Issues of Emerging ICT Applications” funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme (GA 230318). It ran from April 2009 to May 2011. ETICA’s main objective was to identify ethical issues of emerging technologies and their potential application areas in order to analyse and evaluate ethical issues arising from these. On this basis, ETICA has developed  recommendations on how to engage with the ethics of emerging ICT in a proactive and acceptable manner.

 

On this website you can find all the results of the project, including

 

If you are interested in the findings of the project, in technologies, ethical issues, conceptual questions etc, please go to the

ETICA wiki

 

This is meant as a prototype of the ICT Ethics Observatory, one of the recommendations coming from the project.

 

Summary / ETICA magazine

This magazine gives a brief summary of the ETICA project, the work undertaken, methodologies used, findings and recommendations. A printed version is available from the project coordinator. Please feel free to download the pdf version here.

ETICA / STOA policy recommendations

These policy recommendations were developed in collaboration with the STOA panel and are based on the project findings and arose from the final event.

Commission Publication in Ethics of ICT and Security

This publication contains a chapter based on the ETICA project.

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