Kaye Labs strives to secure creative collaborations among our international network of leaders in government, business, and media. We are currently working with diplomats from developing nations to curate growth opportunities and establish businesses that will provide economic stimulus in those countries. Most recently we facilitated a partnership between the Ambassador of Nicaragua and U.S. business leaders to further this mission.
We also provide bioethical analysis of international and domestic policy. Our work in bioethics and human rights is heavily influenced by the philosophy of language, and involves the consideration of language, linguistics, and culture when communicating and working with foreign nations. This further extends to our work in national health care ethics and global public health.
Bioethics Research Areas
|-Prison Law||-International Criminal Law|
|-International Humanitarian Law||-Artificial Intelligence|
|-Genetic Editing and Selection||-Medical Ethics|
|-Assisted Suicide||-Animal Ethics|
Writing: Topics in Bioethics and Law
FROM OBSCURITY: BRINGING THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PHILOSOPHY, PSYCHOLOGY, BIOETHICS, AND LAW INTO THE LIMELIGHT – Psychology Today series (since 2021)
TORQUE: CLARITY ON THE US WATERBOARDING POLICY IS NECESSARY TO COMBAT IMPUNITY – Book (2021) (Excerpt available on Psychology Today)
WHO ARE WE WITHOUT TRAUMA? – Voices in Bioethics journal (2020) (Also included in David Chalmers’ PhilPapers.org database for philosophers.)
(MIS)TREATING SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER WITH PRISON – Voices in Bioethics journal (2019) (Also included in David Chalmers’ PhilPapers.org database for philosophers.)
SUNOCO CAUGHT BETWEEN “IS” AND “OUGHT”: CREDITING THE BLENDING OF JUDICIAL AND LEGISLATIVE ROLES FOR FAILED FUTURE ENERGY POLICY – Georgetown University Law Center selection for publication in the American Bar Association’s The Tax Lawyer (2018)