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P2049.3

Standard for Human Augmentation: Identity

This standard specifies the requirements and methods for verifying the identity of a person equipped with human augmentation technologies. Human augmentation, also known as human enhancement, refers to technologies that add to the human body and enhance human productivity or capability. Recent advancements in many technical areas have led to a large variety of implants, wearables and other technologies that could be classified as human augmentation.

Sponsor Committee
CTS/ETSC - Emerging Technology Standards Committee
Joint Sponsors
EMB/Stds Com
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2020-03-05

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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Sponsor Committee
CTS/ETSC - Emerging Technology Standards Committee
Working Group
HAWG - Human Augmentation Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
Contact
Working Group Chair
Lisa Li

P2049.1

Standard for Human Augmentation: Taxonomy and Definitions

This standard specifies the taxonomy and definitions for human augmentation. Human augmentation, also known as human enhancement, is used to refer to technologies that add to the human body and enhance human productivity or capability. Recent advancements in many technical areas have led to a large variety of implants, wearables and other technologies that could be classified as human augmentation.

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P2049.2

Standard for Human Augmentation: Privacy and Security

This standard specifies requirements, systems, methods, testing and verification for human augmentation to preserve the privacy and security of both consumers and non-consumers of human augmentation. Human augmentation, also known as human enhancement, is used to refer to technologies that add to the human body and enhance human productivity or capability. Recent advancements in many technical areas have led to a large variety of implants, wearables and other technologies that could be classed as human augmentation.

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P2049.4

Standard for Human Augmentation: Methodologies and Processes for Ethical Considerations

This standard specifies methodologies and processes to prioritize ethical considerations in the creation of human augmentation technologies. Human augmentation, also known as human enhancement, refers to technologies that add to the human body and enhance human productivity or capability. Recent advancements in many technical areas have led to a large variety of implants, wearables and other technologies that could be classified as human augmentation.

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