The Debate @ Roboethics

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2 Responses to The Debate @ Roboethics

  1. In 2002, Professor Gianmarco Veruggio, Prsident of School of Robotics and robotics scientists, came our with the idea that Robotics scientists should start to discuss and possibly lay down the foundation of a Roboethics.

    In 2004, School of Robotics organized the First International Symposium on Roboethics

    http://www.scuoladirobotica.it/roboethics/modules/tinycontent/index.php?id=7

    and from then on, the issue of an ethics inspiring the design, manufacturing and use of robots became an important topic in Robotics gatherings.

    In 2005, School of Robotics lead an European Project inside Euron, the Robotics Network of the European Commission.

    Following the Euron Roboethics Atelier
    http://www.euron.org/activities/projects/roboethics.html

    of Febr.-March, 2006, and the editing of the first release of the Roboethics Roadmap, we are now at phase 2 of this “Open Work”.

    This release of the Roadmap is still under review by a number of scientists. We plan to make it public in April 2007 at ICRA2007 in Rome.
    http://www.icra07.org

  2. Emanuele Micheli says:

    Dear Friends,

    I am glad to inform you that we have uploaded all the papers
    and the works presented at the ICRA’07 Workshop on
    Roboethics.

    You can find them on the website:

    http://www.roboethics.org

    at the page:

    http://www.roboethics.org/icra07/index.php.

    We thank you for comments, advises, suggestions and support!

    Kindest Regards.

    Emanuele Micheli

    School of Robotics
    http://www.scuoladirobotica.it
    http://www.roboethics.org

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