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By Robert Trappl

This e-book may also help researchers and engineers within the layout of moral structures for robots, addressing the philosophical questions that come up and exploring glossy functions equivalent to assistive robots and self-driving cars.

The contributing authors are one of the major educational and business researchers in this subject and the e-book could be of price to researchers, graduate scholars and practitioners engaged with robotic layout, man made intelligence and ethics.

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While negative emotions appear to be aroused quite easily, positive social emotions require very strong indications of love, respect, or acceptance. This asymmetry was found repeatedly in experimental studies and appears to be neurophysiologically founded. In the history of sociology, two goals of a person in society turn up again and again, with different focus and names. We will call them here “autonomy” and “bonding”. , while bonding stands here for the needs to belong, to be member of a group, and to be accepted and appreciated by others.

In this chapter, three recent initiatives debating aspects of the abovementioned requirements are discussed, including the EPSRC Principles of Robot Ethics, the STOA project Making Perfect Life: Human–Computer Interfaces and the MEESTAR instrument for assessing the ethical implications of socio-technical systems. While the EPSRC Principles focus on robots as multifunctional technical devices their human producers and users are responsible and liable for, the STOA project Making Perfect Life defines policy recommendations for computer systems that act as human-like communication partners and surveillants, and the MEESTAR model is devised to guide the ethical assessment of socio-technical systems in concrete application scenarios.

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