This is the third workshop in ASU’s “Pacing Project,” an NSF-funded collaboration between the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law’s Center for Law, Science & Innovation and ASU’s Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics. The project seeks to study the problem and propose solutions for the inability of our legal processes to keep pace with rapidly emerging technologies.
Schedule & Attendee List
David Sandidge, Responsible Care
Jennifer Kuzma, Properly Paced or Problematic: Learning from the Coordinated Framework for Biotech
Brad Allenby, Institutional and Governance Redesign in Response to Complexity
Timothy Malloy, Integrating Technology Evaluation into Government Technology Policy
Marc Saner, How Far Upstream Do We Need To Go When Our Aim Is To Connect Downstream Regulation With Upstream Invention?
David Guston, Anticipatory Governance
Wendell Wallach and Gary Marchant, Proposal for a Governance Coordination Committee