Science & Technology and Human Rights - Collected Papers of 2022 China-Europe Seminar on Human Rights

Von Christiana Binder (Autor/in)., Gerd Kaminski (Autor/in)., Wolfgang Kubin (Autor/in)., Chang Jian (Autor/in)., Todd Howland (Autor/in)., Elisabeth Steiner (Autor/in)., Changshan Ma (Autor/in)., Bodomo Adams (Autor/in)., Zhipeng He (Autor/in)., Sonja Bressler (Autor/in)., Byrappa Ramachandra (Autor/in)., Hongjie Man (Autor/in)., Nada Osman (Autor/in)., Youwu Chen (Autor/in)., Martin Pichler (Autor/in)., Zhihao Zhang (Autor/in)., Ziyu Qian (Autor/in)., Michael Lysander Fremuth (Autor/in)., Wanhong Zhang (Autor/in)., Junxiang Mao (Autor/in)., Jinyu Qian (Autor/in)., Changlong Sun (Autor/in)., Liyu Zhu (Autor/in)., Xiaofan Hu (Autor/in)., Yaoyuan Zhang (Autor/in)., Xiaoxiao Zhang (Autor/in)., Ting Wen (Autor/in)., Hannes A. Fellner (Autor/in)., Junyong Xiao (Autor/in)., Haoji Li (Autor/in)., Yi Liao (Autor/in)., Yingxia Tang (Autor/in)., Shengqi Yu (Autor/in)., Rui Cheng (Autor/in)., Rang Li (Autor/in). | Broschiert | 340 Seiten | Erscheint voraussichtlich: 15. 12. 2022 | ISBN: 9783991140368 | 1.Auflage

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CONTENT

NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AS OPPORTUNITY AND CHALLENGE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION: THECASE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
CHRISTINA BINDER

SOCIAL CREDITS: A CHALLENGE TO HUMAN RIGHTS?
GERD KAMINSKI

BEYOND ZHUANG ZI AND MARTIN HEIDEGGER MUSINGS ABOUT TECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
WOLFGANG KUBIN

THE DIGITAL EXISTENCE OF HUMAN BEINGS AND THE PROTECTION OF THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS
CHANG JIAN

CONTRIBUTION OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT TO HUMAN RIGHTS
TODD HOWLAND

A HUMAN RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FROM A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
ELISABETH STEINER

DIGITAL HUMAN RIGHTS: THE RISING FOURTH GENERATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
MA CHANGSHAN

LINGUISTIC RIGHTS AS HUMAN RIGHTS IN AFRICA: THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR THE PROMOTION OF INDIGENOUS AFRICAN LANGUAGES
ADAMS BODOMO

THE DIMENSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE DIGITAL AGE
HE ZHIPENG

FROM THE QUESTION OF FUTURE HUMAN RIGHTS TO THE ETHICS OF BENEVOLENCE
SONIA BRESSLER

THE BRAHMIN AND THE BROOMSTICK: TECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA
RAMACHANDRA BYRAPPA

ETHICAL REVIEW OF BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF HUMAN RIGHTS
MAN HONGJIE

EGYPT AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN TERMS OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE
MAG. NADA OSMAN

DIALECTICAL UNITY OF HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION AND SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN CONTEMPORARY CHINA
CHEN YOUWU

ETHICAL USE AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
MARTIN PICHLER

HOW SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROMOTES HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHINA
ZHANG ZHIHAO

ON THE PROTECTION OF DATA PROPERTY RIGHTS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF HUMAN RIGHTS
QIAN ZIYU

INTERNET ACCESS AS A HUMAN RIGHT THE EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
MICHAEL LYSANDER FREMUTH

TECHNOLOGY EMPOWERS HUMAN RIGHTS: EVIDENCE BASED ON ACCESS TO ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
ZHANG WANHONG

HUMAN RIGHTS RISKS AND REGULATIONS CAUSED BY HUMAN GENE EDITING
MAO JUNXIANG

RESHAPING THE VALUE HIERARCHY OF HUMAN RIGHTS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TECHNOLOGICAL RISKS AND RELEVANT RESPONSES IN THE CONTEXT OF A RISK SOCIETY
QIAN JINYU

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE HELPS CREATE UNIFIED STANDARDS FOR JUDICIAL TRIALS
SUN CHANGLONG

RECOMMENDATION ON THE ETHICS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE OF UNESCO AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON CHINAS GOVERNANCE OVER ETHICS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
ZHU LIYU, HU XIAOFAN

ON THE VALUE CHANGE OF THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN THE DIGITAL AGE
ZHANG YAOYUAN

ON PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS OF FUTURE GENERATIONS IN HUMAN GERM CELL GENE EDITING
ZHANG XIAOXIAO

CONFLICTS AND RECONCILIATION BETWEEN DIGITAL IPRS AND THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT
WEN TING

DIGITAL HUMANISM AND HUMANE DIGITALISATION
HANNES A. FELLNER

THE JURISPRUDENTIAL BASIS AND PROTECTIVE APPROACHES FOR INDIVIDUALS NOT TO BE SUBJECT TO AUTOMATED DECISION-MAKING
ZHENG ZHIHANG

LEGAL REGULATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE-RELATED HUMAN RIGHTS
XIAO JUNYONG, LI HAOJI

A POSSIBLE HUMAN RIGHT OF WISDOM
LIAO YI

HUMAN RIGHTS DUE DILIGENCE IN DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAINS: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES
TANG YINGXIA

HUMAN RIGHTS REMODELING IN THE DIGITAL AGE
YU SHENGQI

AUTOMATED DECISION-MAKING SYSTEM AND THE RIGHTS PARADIGM OF PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION
CHENG RUI

COMPREHENSIVE GOVERNANCE OF INTELLIGENT DECISION-MAKING ALGORITHMIC DISCRIMINATION
LI RANG

Keynote Speeches:

New Information Technologies as Opportunity and Challenge for Human Rights Protection: the Case of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Christina Binder
I. Introduction
New Information Technologies1 have been rapidly expanding especially over the last 2 decades. They are used in a variety of fields, by public and private actors. Governments as well as private companies are relying on information technologies to store, transmit and process data and handle information.
That development has gained additional momentum during the COVID-19 pandemic, with information technologies invading to all fields of life, including work, education or governmental services especially as regards public health. So, information technologies have shown their potential especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, their use poses considerable challenges for human rights protection, especially as regards the right to private life. This presentation will deal with these.
In the following, I will first turn to new information technologies as opportunity for human rights protection to then examine the challenges posed by these technologies for human rights. I finally argue that human rights provide for parameters and establish a framework for the use of information technologies in times of pandemic which may guide states in their application.
II. New Information technologies as opportunity for human rights protection
Let me first turn to information technologies as opportunity for human rights protection in times of pandemic. Indeed, the use of information technologies contributes to realise a variety of human rights.
On the one hand, information technologies may contribute to (indirectly) uphold the rights to health and life. For example, they facilitate the tracking of infected persons and their contacts, which is made faster and more efficient. Thereby, infection chains can be prevented and clusters reduced: The number of Covid-19 infections and, as a result, deaths is likely to decrease. Equally beneficial is more indirectly though technologies contribution to fostering scientific progress. The development of new medicines and vaccines contributes to uphold the rights to health and life.........