1. We believe there is an incredible potential for the usage of technology, in particular artificial intelligence and neurotechnology, to the betterment of our society.
  2. We believe there is a need for more dialogue between the professional services sector, business and the academia about the safety and consequences of the progress in artificial intelligence and neurotechnology research.
  3. We believe that in order to prepare for the existence of a fully independent general artificial intelligence or brain-computer interfaces it is essential to educate students and junior professionals about relevant regulatory challenges and opportunities.
  4. We believe that interdisciplinary collaboration is the best way to ensure that technology advances in a responsible, sustainable and inclusive way, working towards the betterment of our society.
  5. We embrace the growth mindset, intellectual challenges, paradoxes and uncertainties.