A World with Robots

International Conference on Robot Ethics: ICRE 2015

ISBN: 978-3-319-46665-1 (Print) 978-3-319-46667-5 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

  2. Selected Contributions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-17

      Networks of Social and Moral Norms in Human and Robot Agents

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      Pages 19-33

      Perceived Autonomy of Robots: Effects of Appearance and Context

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      Pages 35-45

      Formalizing Complex Normative Decisions with Predicate Logic and Graph Databases

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      Pages 47-61

      A 21st-Century Ethical Hierarchy for Robots and Persons: \(\mathscr {E \! H}\)

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      Pages 63-76

      Robots and Free Software

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      Pages 77-91

      An Intervening Ethical Governor for a Robot Mediator in Patient-Caregiver Relationships

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      Pages 93-107

      Exploring the Ethical Landscape of Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue

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      Pages 109-117

      Reporting Robot Ethics for Children-Robot Studies in Contemporary Peer Reviewed Papers

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      Pages 119-133

      A Typology of Liability Rules for Robot Harms

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      Pages 135-144

      Safety and Ethical Concerns in Mixed Human-Robot Control of Vehicles

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      Pages 145-158

      Leader-Follower Strategies for Robot-Human Collaboration

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      Pages 159-169

      Industrial Robot Ethics: The Challenges of Closer Human Collaboration in Future Manufacturing Systems

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      Pages 171-183

      Clarifying the Language of Lethal Autonomy in Military Robots

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      Pages 185-198

      Safety Issues of the Portuguese Military Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems

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      Pages 199-205

      Robots and the Military: A Strategic View

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      Pages 207-216

      The Domestic Robot: Ethical and Technical Concerns

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      Pages 217-223

      Robots in Ageing Societies

  3. Associated Events

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 225-225

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      Pages 227-232

      Nós e Os Robots/Os Robots e Nós: Insights from an Exhibition

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      Pages 233-238

      The Robot Steps In: From Normative to Prospective Ethics

  4. Back Matter

    Pages 239-240