Quo vadis, humanity? Ethics on the last mile toward cybernetic organism

  title={Quo vadis, humanity? Ethics on the last mile toward cybernetic organism},
  author={Y. Koucheryavy and R. Kirichek and R. Glushakov and R. Pirmagomedov},
  journal={Russian Journal of Communication},
  pages={287 - 293}
ABSTRACT Motivated by the recent decisive progress in the field of the Internet of Bio-Nano Things (IoBNT), and fueled by the growing social importance of emerging services and applications built on top of it, this paper seeks to understand consequences of seamless integration of out-of-body and inside-the-body nanoscale devices with a human, that is, creation of augmented human. Absence of regulatory and legal principles designed to protect humans and the environment from negative impact and… Expand
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he received the Ph.D. in SUT. Now he is working as associated professor of the department 'Telecommunication Networks and Data Transmission' in SUT
  • His scientific areas of interest are the IoT, Nanonetworks, Body Area Networks, and It-Bio Interfaces
he returned to the Military Medical Academy as a surgeon, then inspector, from 2013 to present as senior assistant, the head of the research division of Military Medical Academy