“OKTOBER 1, 2018 AV ADMIN
NOTIFICATION OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Stockholm, October 2018
– the police authority calls for new laws
The police in Sweden today can not investigate human-system interactions with ICT implants (ICT = information and communication technologies) and cyber-physical systems, as the technologies are not yet covered by the penal code (according to the police). The lack of legislation on ICT is remarkable. The problem was raised already in 2005 in an EU report with the Swedish professor Göran Hermerén as chairman.
The research and development of human-system interaction has a long documented history. A history which also inludes human rights violations, silenced by confidentiality of research.
Despite the EU Commission’s warnings, Sweden has not regulated the use of ICT/micro-implants by law, which can now be inserted into the body without surgery.
Sweden has also not regulated by law cyber-physical systems that, together with ICT implants, can monitor people, improve human abilities but also torture people.
We Swedes should no longer allow this research proceed without control. Sweden must ask responsible scientists to respond to the extensive unethical research made on humans, done by the use of decision-making systems and artificial intelligence, in order to retrieve and evaluate information from the brain. The entire research area is unregulated today in the penal code and thus unknown to most.
The purpose of the research:
To retrieve information from the brain and evaluate it. This in order to build artificial intelligence, general intelligence, a neurobiological explanation model of the brain, robots, and possibly other ICT platforms.
E.g. Martin Ingvar, Karolinska Institutet, with colleagues in research institutes which have multidisciplinary focus. Evidence is Martin Ingvars and others own public documents.
Systematic abuse and violation of human rights hitherto to an unknown number of persons. Some report that they have been connected to decision-making systems for about 12 years (currently).
– The research concerning human-system interaction includes mental trauma and physical injuries to humans.
– ICT implants and cyber-physical systems can control and manipulate the brain.
– ICT implants may be inserted for research purposes, due to the miniaturization of electronics (so called online implants), at hospital visits without informed consent.
– Controlling Swedish authorities claim without investigation that people subjected to this research suffer from delusions.
Evidence of human rights abuses can be investigated using empathic neurophysiologists and measurement techniques.
Impartial expertise must investigate this research activity, and eventual conflict of interest between authorities and research institutes as regards the subject human-computer interaction and thereto find out how many people are affected by the classified research methods.
Because the diagnosis of schizophrenia is based on the person’s own stories, it is important to regulate the use of these technologies. Researchers have used the technology in such a way that when the victims seek help and describe their experiences of the technology, doctors will misdiagnose them as suffering from schizophrenia and delusions – a faulty conclusion due to the lack of information from the researchers using the technologies, something that has to be seen as a serious violation of human rights.
These research abuses have affected a large number of people in Sweden (about one person in each city), people who science more or less has destroyed because of the long-term study to extract information from the brain.
References (please translate Swedish references in Google Translate):
– 2005 EU; Ethical Aspects of ICT-implants in the Human Body. Click here.
– 2005 KVIT (page 9); Martin Ingvar. Click here.
– 2007 Science Council; Where Gold Glows Blue. Click here.
– 2015 European Parliament. Click here.
– 2012 Karim Jebari – Political Philosophy:
”To the extent that we have control over these devices, our autonomy can increase significantly. But given that brain stimulation is so potent, this possibility should be reserved for the individual himself, otherwise we risk getting a society where one or more actors gain undue power over other people’s feelings and attitudes. Viewed from an autonomous perspective, this would be regrettable.”
– 2005 EU: The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies:
”The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE), chaired by the Swedish philosopher, Göran Hermerén, adopted on 16 March 2005 Opinion No. 20 on the ethical aspects of information and communication technologies (ICT) implants in the human body and presented this to the Commission. The EGE is an independent, multidisciplinary and pluralist advisory group, which is composed of twelve members. Its role is to advise the European Commission on how ethical values should be taken into consideration in the regulation of scientific and technological developments. ”
”At first sight ICT implants are ethically unproblematic if we think for instance about cardiac pacemakers. However, although particular ICT implants may be used to repair deficient bodily capabilities, others are ethically more problematic, particularly if such devices are accessible via digital networks. ICT implants, due to their network capability could be misused in several ways for all kinds of social surveillance or manipulation.”
– 2007 Swedish public radio; the Philosophical room – Me and my new brain:
”In the philosophical room Me and my new brain, classical philosophical questions are posed about the nature of me, personal identity and the free will relative to the new brain research.”
– 2018 The Kreaprenör association:
”The Brain Freedom Project is about human identity and integrity in an increasingly digitized society. What does it mean when not only the external environment and whole existence but also the internal environment and the consciousness can be regulated and monitored by new technology?”