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Jul 22, 2019
No individual action is 'too insignificant' in face of climate crisis; examining moral worth of what we do is need of the hourFor years, we, the urban elite, have been living in the comfort of believing that our individual actions or omissions would not truly make a difference or truly be insidious.
Apr 05, 2019
Google is dissolving the AI ethics council that it formed last week: ReportGoogle employees had signed a petition calling for the removal of one of the members.
Mar 20, 2019
WHO calls for a central registry of all gene editing research conducted worldwideA Chinese scientist last year claimed to have edited the genes of twin baby girls.
Feb 28, 2019
China drafts new regulations on gene editing after unethical use by scientistThe measures follow assertions in November from scientist He Jiankui that he altered the DNA of twin girls born that month using a powerful new tool.
Feb 22, 2019
Scientist that edited babies' genes probably gave them a brain boost too: StudyThe edited gene doesn't just affect HIV susceptibility, but also recovery after strokes & cognition.
Feb 08, 2019
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Rafale row, mood of first-time voter, MeToo's moment of reckoning; today's must-read storiesThe fundamental issue flagged by the report was that the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) began a parallel stream of negotiation
Feb 08, 2019
#MeTooIndia's moment of reckoning: Movement's torchbearers must reflect on responsibility towards anonymous survivorsA lot has been said about anonymous allegations during the #MeTooIndia movement; about naming and shaming, the fear of defamation. But what we need to discuss is the ethics of being the torchbearer of someone else's stories; of making a career out of it.
Dec 29, 2018
Scientists in China are losing touch with patients of gene editing trials: ReportChina has asked hospitals, universities to submit reports on all gene-editing trials since 2013.
Dec 07, 2018
Microsoft announces ethical principles for use of its facial recognition technologyMicrosoft said it would formally launch these principles, together with supporting framework, before the end of March 2019
Nov 30, 2018
China bans researcher who claimed to have created first gene-edited babies resistant to HIV from experimentsIn a fertilised human-egg cell, the scientist, He Jiankui, intends to make a person resistant to HIV by disabling a gene that forms a protein doorway allowing the virus to enter the body.