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Sebastian Porsdam Mann is a bioethicist and legal scholar. Following military service, he was educated in philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience at the University of Cambridge, where he also obtained his first PhD in neuroethics. He has held postdoctoral positions in bioethics at Harvard Medical School and, as Carlsberg Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, at the Universities of Copenhagen and Oxford. He is currently finishing up a second doctorate at the Faculty of Law, Oxford. His research interests span cognitive enhancement, data and blockchain ethics, the human right to science, and ethical and legal implications of large language models. Outside of academia, he is an avid athlete and has competed in volleyball and Taekwondo.

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