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Human Cognitive Enhancement wiki is an open-access knowledge base of publicly available human cognitive enhancement (HCE) systems. The goals of this wiki are to search for new HCE projects and properly categorise them. Each entry will then describe the system in detail and assess its scientific, public and media impact. It focuses on ethical issues, as reflected by the particular HCE project developers, public, or the scientific community. HCE wiki was developed as a part of Naturalness in Human Cognitive Enhancement project.

The Naturalness in Human Cognitive Enhancement project aims at building a new international research partnership in the field of Human Cognitive Enhancement (HCE) and providing clear and accessible HCE-related analysis, guidelines, and directions for policymakers, stakeholders, HCE engineers, and consumers. Its goal is to create a philosophically grounded, open, and transparent framework for the description, assessment, and forecast of acceptability of HCE systems in public space and by society, as well as for HCE governance issues. The project will be finished in April 2017.

Within this project, we tightly cooperate with Charles University in Prague, 1st Faculty of Medicine, National Institute of Mental Health, The Department of Cybernetics at University of West Bohemia and two Norwegian partners: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Health Sciences Gjøvik, and Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Work Research Institute.

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The research leading to these results has received funding from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports under Project Contract no. MSMT-28477/2014, Project no. 7F14236.