Silja Voeneky is a leading scholar in the field of the interdependence of ethics and public international law, and the governance
of emerging technologies. She is Professor of Public International Law, and Comparative Law at the University of Freiburg
and was a Fellow at Harvard Law School. She previously served as a member of the German Ethics Council. Since 2001, Voeneky
has been, inter alia, a legal advisor to the German Federal Foreign Office, and the German Federal Ministry of Environment.
She is an author and (co-)editor of several books, as S. Voeneky and G.L. Neuman (eds), Human Rights, Democracy, and Legitimacy
in a World of Disorder (2018). Philipp Kellmeyer is a neurologist and neuroscientist at the University Medical Center Freiburg.
In his neuroscientific work, he investigates language processing in the brain and the clinical application of brain-computer
interfaces, virtual reality and other digital technologies. Through his contributions to neuroethics, he has become an international
expert on ethical aspects of neuroscience, neurotechnology and AI. Oliver Mueller is Professor of Philosophy with a focus
on technology and on contemporary philosophy, University of Freiburg and a Senior Fellow at the 2018–2021 FRIAS Saltus Research
Group 'Responsible AI'. Wolfram Burgard is a leading researcher in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. He co-authored more
than 400 publications including the famous book 'Probabilistic Robotics'. He received numerous awards including the Gottfried
Wilhelm Leibniz Prize, the most prestigious German research award and is Fellow of several societies.