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Robot ethics 2.0 : from autonomous cars to artificial intelligence

Author: Patrick Lin; Keith Abney; Ryan Jenkins
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2017]. copyright 2017.
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As robots slip into more domains of human life-from the operating room to the bedroom-they take on our morally important tasks and decisions, as well as create new risks from psychological to physical. This book answers the urgent call to study their ethical, legal, and policy impacts.
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Additional Physical Format: Robot ethics 2.0 : from autonomous cars to artificial intelligence / Patrick Lin, Keith Abney, and Ryan Jenkins
[Oxford] : Oxford University Press, 2017. (@Oxford Scholarship Online)
978-0-19-065298-2
(ABES)220432198
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Lin; Keith Abney; Ryan Jenkins
ISBN: 9780190652951 0190652950
OCLC Number: 1039896762
Notes: Titre provenant des métadonnées.
Description: 1 vol. (XIII-421 p.) : ill. en noir, couv. ill. en coul. ; 25 cm.
Contents: PrefaceI. Moral and Legal Responsibility1. Autonomous Vehicles and Moral Uncertainty Vikram Bhargava and Tae Wan Kim2. Ethics Settings for Autonomous Vehicles Jason Millar3. Autonomy and Responsibility in Hybrid Systems: The Example of Autonomous Cars Wulf Loh and Janina Sombetzki4. Imputing Driverhood: Applying a Reasonable Driver Standard to Accidents Caused by Autonomous Vehicles Jeffery K. Gurney5. Liability Law for Present and Future Robotics Technology Trevor N. White and Seth D. Baum6. Skilled Perception, Authenticity, and the Case Against Automation David ZollerII. Trust and Human-Robot Interactions7. Could a Robot Care? It's All in the Movement Darian Meacham and Matthew Studley8. Robot Friends for Autistic Children: Monopoly Money or Counterfeit Currency? Alexis Elder9. Pediatric Robotics and Ethics: The Robot Is Ready to See You Now, But Should It Be Trusted? Jason Borenstein, Ayanna Howard, and Alan R. Wagner10. Trust and Human-Robot Interactions Jesse Kirkpatrick, Erin N. Hahn, and Amy J. Haufler11. White Lies on Silver Tongues: Why Robots Need to Deceive (and How) Alistair M. C. Isaac and Will Bridewell12. "Who's Johnny?" Anthropomorphic Framing in Human-Robot Interaction, Integration, and Policy Kate DarlingIII. Applications: From Love to War 13. Lovotics: Human-Robot Love and Sex Relationships Adrian David Cheok, Kasun Karunanayaka, and Emma Yann Zhang14. Church-Turing Lovers Piotr Botu15. The Internet of Things and Dual Layers of Ethical Concern Adam Henschke16. Challenges to Engineering Moral Reasoners: Time and Context Micha Klincewicz17. When Robots Should Do the Wrong Thing Brian Talbot, Ryan Jenkins, and Duncan Purves18. Military Robots and the Likelihood of Armed Combat Leonard KahnIV. The Future of AI and Robotics 19. Testing the Moral Status of Artificial Beings, or "I'm Going to Ask You Some Questions" Michael LaBossiere20. Artificial Identity James DiGiovanna21. Superintelligence as Superethical Steve Petersen 22. Artificial Intelligence and the Ethics of Self-Learning Robots Shannon Vallor and George Bekey23. Robots and Space Ethics Keith Abney24. On the Unabomber and Robots: The Need for a Philosophy of Technology Geared Toward Human Ends Jai GalliottBiosketches
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