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What social robots can and should do : proceedings of Robophilosophy 2016/TRANSOR 2016 /

edited by Johanna Seibt, Marco Nørskov and Søren Schack Andersen.

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Names: Seibt, Johanna, | Nørskov, Marco, | Andersen, S. Schack,
Vernacular: What social robots can and should do : proceedings of Robophilosophy 2016/TRANSOR 2016 / edited by Johanna Seibt, Marco Nr�skov and Sr�en Schack Andersen.
Nr�skov, Marco, editor.
Published: Amsterdam, Netherlands : IOS Press, 2016.
Series: Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications ; v. 290.
Topics: Human-robot interaction - Congresses. | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING - Engineering (General)
Genres: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings.
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505 00|gMachine generated contents note:|gpt. I|tAbstracts for Plenary Lectures --|tCan Phronetic Robots Be Engineered by Computational Logicians? No ... and Yes /|rSelmer Bringsjord --|tIs It Wrong to Kick a Robot? Towards a Relational and Critical Robot Ethics and Beyond /|rMark Coeckelbergh --|tOther Problems: Rethinking Ethics in the Face of Social Robots /|rDavid J. Gunkel --|tPower in Human Robot Interactions /|rWendy Ju --|tWhy and How Should Robots Behave Ethically? /|rBenjamin Kuipers --|tRobots That Have Free Will /|rDomenico Parisi --|tRobotics and Art, Computationalism and Embodiment /|rSimon Penny --|tAre Sex Robots as Bad as Killing Robots? /|rKathleen Richardson --|tCyborg Able-Ism and Recuperative Robotics: Forecasts from Japan /|rJennifer Robertson --|tShould We Place Robots in Social Roles? /|rAmanda Sharkey --|tArtificial Phronesis and the Social Robot /|rJohn Sullins --|gpt. II|tSession Papers and Extended Abstracts --|g1.|tMethodological Issues --|tGeneric Scale for Assessment of Attitudes Towards Social Robots: The ASOR-5 /|rJohanna Seibt --|tWe, Anthrobot: Learning from Human Forms of Interaction and Esprit de Corps to Develop More Plural Social Robotics /|rMichael Rovatsos --|tRobots as Confederates: How Robots Can and Should Support Research in the Humanities /|rKerstin Fischer --|tBringing the Notion of Everyday Life Back to the Center of Social Robotics and HRI /|rGlenda Hannibal --|tUsing Language Games as a Way to Investigate Interactional Engagement in Human-Robot Interaction /|rLars Christian Jensen --|tRobot Choreography: Performance Paradigms for Experimental HRI Setups /|rDamith Herath --|t"If It's Not Broken, Don't Fix It?" An Inquiry Concerning the Understanding of Child-Robot Interaction /|rRaya A. Jones --|tAre We Really Adressing the Human in Human-Robot Interaction? Adopting the Phenomenologically-Situated Paradigm /|rMohammad Obaid --|t"Integrative Social Robotics" -- A New Method Paradigm to Solve the Description Problem And the Regulation Problem? /|rJohanna Seibt --|g2.|tEthical Tasks and Implications --|tTacit Security? Roboethics and Societal Challenges of S̀ocial Robotic Information- and Cyberwar' /|rMichael Funk --|tRole of Phronesis in Robot Ethics /|rAnne Gerdes --|tMaster/iSlave Dialectic: Post (Hegelian) Phenomenology and the Ethics of Technology /|rNolen Gertz --|tRobots, Autonomy, and Responsibility /|rPekka Makela --|tSocial Robotics, Elderly Care, and Human Dignity: A Recognition-Theoretical Approach /|rJari Pirhonen --|tStructural Discrimination and Autonomous Vehicles: Immunity Devices, Trump Cards and Crash Optimisation /|rHin-Yan Liu --|tEthical Impact of an Increased Presence of Robots on Human-Human Interaction (HHI) Within Aging Populations /|rJason Borenstein --|tRobots and Moral Obligations /|rMatthijs Smakman --|tSocial Robots, Privacy, and Ownership of Data: Some Problems and Suggestions /|rMyrthe van Nus --|g3.|tEmotions in Human Robot Interactions --|tInterdisciplinary Approach to Improving Cognitive Human-Robot Interaction -- A Novel Emotion-Based Model /|rJainendra Shukla --|tCan Artificial Systems Have Genuine Emotions? The Enactive Approach to Affectivity and Artificial Systems /|rMaike Klein --|tMotions with Emotions? /|rLea Hennala --|g4.|tEducation, Art, and Innovation --|tRobot Enhancement of Cognitive and Ethical Capabilities of Humans /|rVishwas Kalipalya-Mruthyunjaya --|tExperiences from Long-Term Implementation of Social Robots in Danish Educational Institutions /|rRikke Risager --|t"Are You Talkin' to Me?" A Study of Social Robots Featuring in Robotic Art /|rBojana Romic --|tStudents' Normative Perspectives on Classroom Robots /|rAna Paiva --|tSpeculative Co-Design of Robots /|rNadezhda Zilberman --|g5.|tArtificial Meaning and Rationality --|tComputability of Rational Action /|rS.M. Amadae --|tPrinciple of Double Effect Applied to Ethical Dilemmas of Social Robots /|rMartin Mose Bentzen --|tWhat Your Computer Still Can't Know: A Refutation of Bringsjord's Refutation of Searle's Refutation of Bostrom and Floridi /|rAhti-Veikko Pietarinen --|g6.|tSocial Norms and Robot Sociality --|tPolite Interactions with Robots /|rPatrick Blackburn --|tMaking Place for Social Norms in the Design of Human-Robot Interaction /|rBirger Johansson --|tRobots and Human Sociality: Normative Expectations, the Need for Recognition, and the Social Bases of Self-Esteem /|rArto Laitinen --|tHow to Count Multiple Personal-Space Intrusions in Social Robot Navigation /|rFelix Lindner --|g7.|tPerceptions of Social Robots --|tI Am Her(e): Physical/Cognitive Robots and Human Intimacy in the Imagery of Spike Jonze's Movies /|rSatomi Sugiyama --|tMoral Patients: What Drives the Perceptions of Moral Actions Towards Humans and Robots? /|rAleksandra Swiderska --|tSense of Social Atmosphere (Kuki) and Robots That Should Read the Situation to Be Safe /|rHironori Matsuzaki --|tMagical Thinking and Empathy Towards Robots /|rMaciej Musial --|tTrust in Human-Robot Interaction: The Role of Appearance /|rVeronika Vanova --|tHuman-Animal Analogy in Human-Robot Interaction /|rKarolina Zawieska --|gpt. III|tWorkshop Descriptions and Abstracts of Workshop Contributions --|tStudying Robots in the Wild /|rCathrine Hasse --|tCommitment and Agency Management in Joint Action /|rJohn Michael --|tArtificial Empathy: New Frontiers /|rHagen Lehmann --|tPhronesis for Machine Ethics? Can Robots Perform Ethical Judgments? /|rCharles Ess --|tCo-Designing Child-Robot Interactions /|rVictor van den Bergh --|tResponsible Robotics: Bridging the Gap Between Moral Philosophy and Applied Ethics in Robotics /|rNoel Sharkey.
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