Beyond Speculative Robot Ethics: A Vision Assessment Study on the Future of the Robotic Caretaker
van der Plas, Arjanna
Accountability in research 2010 Nov; 17(6): 299-315
In this article we develop a dialogue model for robot technology experts and designated users to discuss visions on the future of robotics in long-term care. Our vision assessment study aims for more distinguished and more informed visions on future robots. Surprisingly, our experiment also led to some promising co-designed robot concepts in which jointly articulated moral guidelines are embedded. With our model, we think to have designed an interesting response on a recent call for a less speculative ethics of technology by encouraging discussions about the quality of positive and negative visions on the future of robotics.
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