​Enhancing EU legal frameworks for AI & robotics: SIENNA project Policy Brief #1

Trilateral Research 

 This SIENNA project policy brief presents recommendations to enhance EU legal frameworks for AI & robotics. 

 Who is this for? 

 European Union (EU) institutions, particularly the European Commission, European Parliament, European Council, Council of the European Union, European Data Protection Board, European Data Protection Supervisor, and the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights.




Enhancing EU legal frameworks for genetics & genomics research SIENNA project Policy Brief #2

Santa Slokenberga 

 The existing EU legal frameworks (e.g., clinical trials and advanced therapy medicinal products, data protection, in vitro diagnostic medical devices, medical devices, and fundamental rights) are relevant for regulating human genomic technologies and should be able to cope with many of the challenges that they pose. However, SIENNA research has identified various gaps and challenges that must be addressed in order to ensure ethical and human rights respectful design, development, deployment, and use of genomic technologies and to further the right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications. This brief presents some of the urgent actions required and recommendations for the European Union institutions, and the Member States. 

Who is this for? 

European Parliament, European Council and Council of the European Union, the European Commission, Medical Device Coordination Group, European Data Protection Board and European Data Protection Supervisor, EU Member States.



Responsible AI and robotics Enhancing national legal frameworks SIENNA project Policy Brief #3

Ethics & human rights for new and emerging technologies SIENNA project Policy Brief #4

Promoting ethics for human enhancement technologies SIENNA project Policy Brief #5