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Author Hakli, R

Title Social Robots in Social Institutions Proceedings of Robophilosophy 2022
Published Amsterdam : IOS Press, Incorporated, 2023


Description 1 online resource (800 p.)
Series Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications Ser. ; v.366
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications Ser
Contents Intro -- Title Page -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Part I. Plenaries -- Artificial Intelligence, Humanoid Robots, and Old and New Control Problems -- Responsible AI: From Principles to Action -- Socially Assistive Robotics: Methods and Implications for the Future of Work and Care -- Robots, Institutional Roles and Collective Ends -- Decisional Issues for Human-Robot Joint Action -- Three Ethical Arguments Against Killer Robots -- Part II. Sessions -- Robots in Elderly Care -- Right to Robot or a Duty to Older Generations
Social Robots in Care Facilities: Reflections on Current Research and the Potential of Ethical Visions -- Possibilities and Limitations of Objective List Approaches to Human Dignity for Assessing the Impact of Carebots in Aged Care Facilities -- Elders' Expectations and Experiences with a Companion-Type Social Robot: Ethical Implications -- A Small Set of Ethical Challenges for Elder-Care Robots -- Robots in Healthcare -- Two Issues with the Empathy-Based Argument Against Robot-Physicians -- Robots and Norms of Care: A Comparative Analysis of the Reception of Robotic Assistance in Nursing
Counselor Bots as Mental Healthcare Assistants and Some Ethical Challenges -- A Comparative Data Protection Analysis of Healthcare Robots: On Informed Consent in Human-Robot Interaction -- The Significance of the Sense of Touch for the Use of Social Robots in Care Settings -- Stakeholders' Experiences of and Expectations for Robot Accents in a Dental Care Simulation: A Finland-Swedish Case Study -- Robots in Law and Policing -- Robots in Policing -- Granting Negative Rights to Humanoid Robots -- The Use and Abuse of Normative Ethics for Moral Machines -- Robots in Education
A Friend or a Machine? A Study on the Child-Robot Relationship in a Foreign Language Class of Young Learners -- Robo-Education and the Pedagogical Divide -- Social Robotics as Moral Education? Fighting Discrimination Through the Design of Social Robots -- Robots in Art -- Using Robot-Mediated Applied Drama to Foster Anti-Bullying Peer Support -- Creativity and AI: A Response to Boden -- At Least, Be Human: Humanizing the Robot as a Medium for Communication -- Robots at Work -- Trusting Workers: Information and Sociability in the Digital Age -- All Robots Are Disabled
Helping-as-Work and Helping-as-Care: Mapping Ambiguities of Helping Commercial Delivery Robots -- Robots in Culture and Religion -- How Does Culture Travel? Narratives and Practices of Japan's Social Robotics in a ̀̀Post-Cultural'' World -- Can We Have Cultural Robotics Without Emotions? -- Retrospective Insights on the Impacts of the Catholic Robot SanTO -- Confucianism and the Ethics of Social Robots in Eldercare -- Social Norms and Roles -- The AI-Stance: Crossing the Terra Incognita of Human-Machine Interactions?
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Identifying Opportunities for Social Robots in Youth Services: A Case Study of a Youth Guidance Center
Form Electronic book
Author Mäkelä, P
Seibt, J
ISBN 9781643683751