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Committee on Science, Technology, and Law

CSTL publications offer expertise and insights from a range of perspectives designed to spur thoughtful discussion. These publications include evidence-based consensus study reports of committees of experts; presentations from CSTL members and other experts; and CSTL Perspectives offered by individual experts.

Publications by the Committee on Science, Technology, and Law (listed by most recent release)

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Facial Recognition Technology: Current Capabilities, Future Prospects, and Governance
Consensus Study Report

Facial Recognition Technology: Current Capabilities, Future Prospects, and Governance  (2024)

Proceedings

The Food and Drug Administration's Accelerated Approval Process for New Pharmaceuticals: Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief  (2023)

Proceedings

Brain-Machine and Related Neural Interface Technologies: Scientific, Technical, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues: Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief  (2023)

Consensus Study Report

Protecting U.S. Technological Advantage  (2022)

Location Data in the Context of Public Health, Research, and Law Enforcement: An Exploration of Governance Frameworks: Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief  (2022)

Proceedings

The Food and Drug Administration's Emergency Use Authorization: Lessons Learned from the Past to Guide the Future: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief  (2021)

Proceedings

Section 230 Protections: Can Legal Revisions or Novel Technologies Limit Online Misinformation and Abuse?: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief  (2021)

Proceedings

Emerging Areas of Science, Engineering, and Medicine for the Courts: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief  (2021)

Consensus Study Report

The Emerging Field of Human Neural Organoids, Transplants, and Chimeras: Science, Ethics, and Governance  (2021)

Proceedings

The Science of Implicit Bias: Implications for Law and Policy: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief  (2021)