ANR-Lab Seminar "Myths and Beliefs about Medical Microchips in Russian and European Consciousness"
On Monday, October 25, at 17:00, a scientific seminar of the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research will take place, where junior research fellow Stanislav Moiseev will present a report "Myths and beliefs about medical microchips in the Russian and European consciousness", based on the results of an international research project carried out in the spring 2021.
The aim of the research project is to study the attitude of residents of European countries and Russia to passive microchip implants RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), which do not require a power source and can be read at a short distance. Population surveys were conducted in the spring of 2021 in five countries: Poland, Croatia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Russia. In our country, the organization of the study was conducted by the Aventica company in cooperation with the ANR-Lab.
At the seminar, Stanislav and his colleagues will talk about the level of awareness of the residents of the surveyed countries about RFID microchips, the idea of their potential benefits and threats, the main myths associated with their implementation, as well as some methodological issues that emerged during the study.
The language of the seminar is Russian. The seminar will be held in a mixed format - offline at the HSE Building on Pokrovsky Blvd., 11, office. M409 with live streaming on the Zoom platform. Registered participants will receive an invitation letter to the video conference.
Registration for the seminar is available here.
We will be glad to see everyone!