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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael Funk; Bernhard Irrgang
|Description:||184 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Contents: Walther Ch. Zimmerli: From Fiction to Science: A German-Japanese Era-Project - Bernhard Irrgang: Robotics as a Future Vision for Hypermodern Technologies - Kohji Ishihara: Roboethics and the Synthetic Approach - A Perspective on Roboethics from Japanese Robotics Research - Mark Coeckelbergh: Robotic Appearances and Forms of Life. A Phenomenological-Hermeneutical Approach to the Relation between Robotics and Culture - Michael Funk: Humanoid Robots and Human Knowing - Perspectivity and Hermeneutics in Terms of Material Culture - Michael Decker: Who is taking over? Technology Assessment of Autonomous (Service) Robots - Maika Nakao: Robots in Japanese Popular Culture - Jorge Soli/Atsuo Takanishi: Understanding the Feasibility and Applicability of the Musician-Humanoid Interaction Research: A Study of the Impression of the Musical Interaction - Michael Funk/Jorg Jewanski: Mozart to Robot - Cultural Challenges of Musical Instruments - Gerd Grubler: Android Robots between Service and the Apocalypse of the Human Being - Kerstin Palatini: Joseph Weizenbaum, Responsibility and Humanoid Robots - Manja Unger-Buttner: Social Stereotypes as a Guarantee for Proper Human-Robot Interaction? Remarks to an Anthropomorphic Robot Design.|
|Series Title:||Dresden philosophy of technology studies, v. 5.|
|Responsibility:||Michael Funk, Bernhard Irrgang (eds.).|