1st day (14.09)
Critique of digital reason. Timur Shchukin, Igor Chubarov, Kirill Krinkin
The neurosimulation hypothesis. Sergei Gradirovsky, Artemy Mir and others…

13:30−15:00, 15:30−17:30

Timur Shchukin — co-initiator and head of the "Russia 2045" project, co-initiator and project architect of the "Neuronet" (National Technology Initiative), with key interests in human-machine systems and interfaces, artificial intelligence, theory of AI-assisted augmentation and self-regulation of groupthink and posthumanism.

Igor Chubarov — Director of the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Tyumen State University, Vice-Rector, member of the editorial board of the journal "Logos", specialist in the field of analytical anthropology, phenomenology, critical theory, philosophy of literature.

Kirill Krinkin — Vice-Rector for Digital Transformation of LETI, Director of Alexander Popov International Innovation Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity and Communications, head of the Department of Software Engineering and Computer Applications, a professional member of ACM, IEEE, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, expert of the Technical Committee for Standardization No. 164 "Artificial Intelligence" (TC 164) and representative of the Russian Federation in ISO on a series of standards related to quality assurance of AI systems.

Artemy Mir — head of the ANO "Scientific Center "Evolution"", neuropsychologist, member of International Association of Coaching Institutes (ICI), engaged in research in the fields of philosophy, neuropsychology and neurophysiology, exploring the phenomenon of interactive dreams, meditation and self-regulation.

2nd day (15.09)
From research program to Neurocampus project. Igor Bondar, Pavel Mrdulyash, Sergey Gradirovsky and others…

13:30−15:00, 15:30—17:00, wrap-up till 17:30

Igor Bondar — Deputy Director of Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology RAS, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor of RAS, postgraduate studies at the University of Freiburg (Freiburg an der Breisgau), research in the field of visual perception at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cyberneticsty (Tübingen).

Pavel Mrdulyash — Professor of the Practice of the Institute for Public Strategy Moscow School of Management "Skolkovo", Head of project sessions for the development of leading Russian universities.

Sergeу Gradirovskiy — Academic Director of the Master in Public Strategy Program, Head of project sessions with leading universities of the Russian Federation, previously: Member of the Expert Council under the Government of the Russian Federation, Senior Scientist Gallup, World Bank Expert.

3rd day (16.09)
Criticism of neurolaw concepts. Sergey Zenin, Igor Kravets and others…
New object hypothesis (neural network). How do neuroscience findings alter criminal law?

13:30−15:00, 15:30−17:00

Sergey Zenin — Vice-Rector, Director of the Institute of State and Law at the University of Tyumen, co-author of the monograph "Artificial Intelligence and Law".

Igor Kravets — Doctor of Law, Professor, sChair of Theory and History of the State and Law and of Constitutional Law, at the Novosibirsk National Research State University.