Roundtable

BRAIN IMPLANTS: What next for neurotechnology?

Devices implanted in the brain are making new medical treatments possible - and could one day redefine what it means to be human. Guests: Stephen Rainey Neuroethicist, University of Oxford Neil Harbisson World’s First Legally Recognised Cyborg Ross Dawson Futurist Roundtable is a discussion programme with an edge. Broadcast out of London and presented by David Foster, it's about bringing people to the table, listening to every opinion, and analysing every point of view. From fierce debate to reflective thinking, Roundtable discussions offer a different perspective on the issues that matter to you. Watch it every weekday at 15:30 GMT on TRT World. #brainimplant #chip #neurotechnology

New Space Race: National Pride or Profit?

New Space Race: National Pride or Profit?

NUCLEAR SAUDI: What it could mean for the Middle East?

NUCLEAR SAUDI: What it could mean for the Middle East?

Malaria Resurgence

Malaria Resurgence

TECHNOLOGY: Are we designing a less social society?

TECHNOLOGY: Are we designing a less social society?

LEBANON PROTESTS: Time to separate religion and government?

LEBANON PROTESTS: Time to separate religion and government?

WHISTLEBLOWERS: Needed more than ever?

WHISTLEBLOWERS: Needed more than ever?

SELLING OUR DATA: Would it be worth it?

SELLING OUR DATA: Would it be worth it?

DRIVERLESS CARS: On a bumpy road?

DRIVERLESS CARS: On a bumpy road?

THE FALL OF THE WALL: What have we learned?

THE FALL OF THE WALL: What have we learned?

HUMAN RIGHTS: Is there an app for that?

HUMAN RIGHTS: Is there an app for that?

BORDERLESS WORLD: Could it ever work?

BORDERLESS WORLD: Could it ever work?

SURROGACY: DO WE NEED GLOBAL GUIDELINES?

SURROGACY: DO WE NEED GLOBAL GUIDELINES?

A.I. AT WORK: Threat to workers?

A.I. AT WORK: Threat to workers?

FREE SPEECH ON CAMPUS: Fighting back?

FREE SPEECH ON CAMPUS: Fighting back?

Synthetic drugs: changing the drugs trade?

Synthetic drugs: changing the drugs trade?

Preventing terror: How far should states go?

Preventing terror: How far should states go?

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