Robot ethics : the ethical and social implications of robotics
- Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2012.
- Physical description
- x, 386 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Intelligent robotics and autonomous agents.
TJ211.49 .R62 2012
- Unknown TJ211.49 .R62 2012
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction to robot ethics / Patrick Lin
- Current topics in robotics : technology and ethics / George A. Bekey
- Robotics, ethical theory, and metaethics : a guide for the perplexed / Keith Abney
- Moral machines : contradictions in terms or abdication of human responsibility? / Colin Allen and Wendell Wallach
- Compassionate AI and selfless robots : a Buddhist approach / James Hughes
- The divine-command approach to robot ethics / Selmer Bringsjord and Joshua Taylor
- Killing made easy : from joysticks to politics / Noel Sharkey
- Robotic warfare : some challenges in moving from noncivilian to civilian theaters / Marcello Guarini and Paul Bello
- Responsibility for military robots / Gert-Jan Lokhorst and Jeroen van den Hoven
- Contemporary governance architecture regarding robotics technologies : an assessment / Richard M. O'Meara
- A body to kick but still no soul to damn : legal perspectives on robotics / Peter M. Asaro
- Robots and privacy / M. Ryan Calo
- The inherent dangers of unidirectional emotional bonds between humans and social robots / Matthias Scheutz
- The ethics of robot prostitutes / David Levy
- Do you want a robot lover? : the ethics of caring technologies / Blay Whitby
- Robot caregiver : ethical issues across the human lifespan / Jason Borenstein and Yvette Pearson
- The rights and wrongs of robot care / Noel Sharkey and Amanda Sharkey
- Designing people to serve / Steve Petersen
- Can machines be people? : reflections on the Turing triage test / Rob Sparrow
- Robots with biological brains / Kevin Warwick
- Moral machines and the threat of ethical nihilism / Anthony F. Beavers
- Roboethics : the applied ethics for a new science / Gianmarco Veruggio and Keith Abney.
- Publication date
- edited by Patrick Lin, Keith Abney, and George A. Bekey.
- Intelligent robotics and autonomous agents series